A Pie in the face for Jeremy Hunt

Jonathan Pie: Not suggesting the Tories “have a slight reshuffle”.

Alas, it’s not a real pie – although, considering it’s another clip of brickbats from Jonathan Pie, the effect might be almost as bad.

I’m posting this so none of us forgets that the National Health Service in England is still in crisis, and will continue to be in crisis until – and unless – the Conservatives are removed from office before they kill it off altogether.

And yes, Mr Pie is right – denying that they are privatising the NHS by stealth doesn’t mean we have to be stupid enough to believe it.

We all know what’s happening and the fact that the Tories don’t have the guts to admit it simply means they aren’t trustworthy enough to be granted permission to run the country.

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3 thoughts on “A Pie in the face for Jeremy Hunt

  1. Mervyn Hyde (@mjh0421)

    I don’t know where people like Jonathan Pie drop out of the sky from but we can’t thank you enough for saying it as it is.

    The propaganda machine has been denying the Tories are privatising the NHS while smearing anyone who contradicts them.

    Those that turn a blind eye because they think the private sector is better than the NHS should read this:


    The private sector is in it for the money, not to provide a better health service.

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