Hancock cancelled contract for 8,000 private hospital beds as NHS facing overwhelming Covid-19 surge

Another smug Tory incompetent: how will Matt Hancock justify his latest catastrophic blunder?

What does it take to make an incompetent Conservative minister resign?

In Matt Hancock’s case, how many excess deaths? How many failures to order adequate equipment? How many dodgy contracts with Tory donors and friends of cabinet members?

Here’s his latest blunder – and it’s a doozy:

Desperate health chiefs have been barred from using thousands of emergency private hospital beds because Matt Hancock failed to renew vital contracts.

The astonishing blunder by the Health Secretary means the struggling NHS has been denied access to 8,000 much-needed extra beds as it faces being overwhelmed by Covid admissions.

Last night a record 37,475 people were in hospital in England with the virus – a third of total capacity.

Tonight a critical care unit nurse said: “It’s pure incompetence.”

It is.

But he remains Boris Johnson’s Health Secretary, in defiance of logic, endangering all our lives.

Of course, some might say that he should never have paid for those beds in the first place…

Agreed?

Source: Desperate medics lose 8,000 hospital beds after Matt Hancock’s NHS blunder – Mirror Online

2 thoughts on “Hancock cancelled contract for 8,000 private hospital beds as NHS facing overwhelming Covid-19 surge

  1. Jeffrey Davies

    They want to show how the NHS isn’t coping and we really should go over to insurance policy unum has been waiting for that day but to ask a Tory to run the country and his only concern is how quick they can pinch the peasants pot remember how much tax does a good Tory pay hardly nowt it’s in offshore accounts while we put into that pot

  2. Rok

    Well what would you expect from a right wing c**t ?? don’t know anything.. can’t do owt right.. but still gets paid for his absolute crappinese…

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