NHS privatisation Bill is in Parliament TOMORROW. Will your MP represent your wishes?

Smug asset-stripper: Sajid Javid is a banker who helped cause the financial crisis of 2007/8 onwards. He knows nothing about healthcare and intends to hand it over to private firms who consider your well-being to be nothing more than an opportunity to make a profit.

The misnamed Health and Care Bill (it will improve neither) will be put before the 360 rubber-stamping Tory drones in the House of Commons tomorrow (July 14) – and they will pass it without thinking, unless you do something about it. Can you be bothered?

This Site has warned of the dangers presented by the Bill in this article. If you haven’t read it, please do.

Labour’s Richard Burgon puts the important points across here:

He’s one of the few Labour MPs willing to speak up against the Bill. Keir Starmer and his shadow health secretary Jon Ashworth are all for it, because they are New Labour creeps and it follows on from the privatisation that Tony Blair and Gordon Brown introduced to the National Health Service between 1997-2010.

This video explains the issues in more detail:

Ah, but it’s 20 minutes long. Are you sure you’ve got time to watch it? Maybe you have a TV soap you want to see, or a video game you want to play. Perhaps you’re cooking some munch or you’d rather go to the pub?

It would be better for you if you just stop and think for a moment.

Think of the 150,000+ (possibly many thousands more) people who have died because Boris Johnson and his Tories couldn’t be bothered to prepare the NHS for a pandemic emergency. Instead they defunded it and sold off the vital equipment that we needed.

Think of the fact that the Health and Care Bill will allow private companies onto the boards of new local NHS organisations. They will profit by denying care to people who desperately need it – just as care was denied to people with Covid-19.

Think of what might happen if you become infected with a serious life-changing disease or suffer a life-changing injury. Yes, I know you’ve paid for the NHS with your taxes but that won’t make a blind bit of difference – all that tax money will be going into the bank accounts of US insurance firms like United Health rather than into medical treatment.

When you’ve thought of all that, perhaps it will be time to get in touch with your MP and tell them to vote against this horrific plan.

Oh, you don’t know how? It’s very simple. All the details are on this handy website.

You need to get on top of this before your MP puts you six feet under.

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5 thoughts on “NHS privatisation Bill is in Parliament TOMORROW. Will your MP represent your wishes?

  1. whispywoo

    Sorry, but absolutely no point in contacting Michelle Donelan, the MP for my constituency and University minister! She is so right wing and totally supports Johnson and this horrific government. Dreadful! The great British public have no idea what awaits them.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      The point is that you will have registered your opposition to the Bill and, as her constituent, asked her to represent your views in Parliament. You can then use it against her when she seeks re-election; she does not represent the people of her constituency. I strongly recommend you get on to Write To Them and tell her what to do. And tell all your friends that you’ve done it, too!

    2. Ian Baxter

      My MP has consistently voted with the government. He represents none of my views and never has. He always responds to any emails or petitions in the negative, couldn’t be more Tory if he tried

  2. Nick Manning-James

    Simple fact of the matter is that the tories hate the NHS (including the ‘red tories’ pretend socialists) and will use diversionary tactics / smoke and mirrors to destroy it…. They see this as an opportunity to put potential profits before lives…. So in essence nothing new!

  3. Dominique Payne

    My MP is tory Steve Baker. His voting record is a disgrace; and this vote was too.

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