Why are the #Tories handing £270 million pounds to #privatehealth if #Covid19 is declining?

Backhander: private health companies are being given a fortune in public money by the Tory government – and the cash will go to firms that are part-owned by Tories and Tory donors.

Can anybody make sense of this?

But all the indications are that the Omicron wave has peaked and Covid-19 is declining.

There is no reason at all to give any public money to private health companies for Covid-related services.

But the money has gone and is not coming back. It seems clear there is only one reason for it:

The only reason This Writer can find for such funding is the one that has been causing the Tories all their problems at the moment: deception.

Only recently, we were told NHS England did not have enough Covid-19 tests – LFT or PCR – to cover demand; indeed, it had to take four million kits from NHS Wales in an effort to cover the shortfall.

So when we see that the number of infections is down to around 70,000, can we really believe it? Or is the investment in private healthcare justified?

It doesn’t matter – because the Tory government is deceiving us in any event.

If the number of infections isn’t really down, then the government is lying about that; if it is, then the government is lying about the need to pay private health.

My personal opinion? The number of deaths appears to have reduced as well as infections (although we’ll have to see what Monday’s data brings), so I’m willing to hazard a guess that the Omicron wave has broken.

That means there’s absolutely no reason to give any money to the profit-grubbers and Sajid Javid is simply lining shareholders’ pockets for no reason other than squandering your cash.

Have YOU donated to my crowdfunding appeal, raising funds to fight false libel claims by TV celebrities who should know better? These court cases cost a lot of money so every penny will help ensure that wealth doesn’t beat justice.


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2 thoughts on “Why are the #Tories handing £270 million pounds to #privatehealth if #Covid19 is declining?

  1. nivekd

    Why? Because he works (well, worked, but we know where his heart lies) for JP Morgan. They are a US bank and their last major acquisition before #CowardJavid (he hid from meeting GPs in Liverpool) left was of a health PAYMENTS corporation. He’s an Ayn Rand-fawning wretch.

  2. thebindoner

    You might be interested in this: https://theconversation.com/omicron-viral-load-can-be-at-its-highest-at-day-five-so-cutting-isolation-period-doesnt-make-sense-174661?utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Latest%20from%20The%20Conversation%20for%20January%2017%202022%20-%202176321558&utm_content=Latest%20from%20The%20Conversation%20for%20January%2017%202022%20-%202176321558+CID_498330a4f5a17161dfb6bf932a4d2b1d&utm_source=campaign_monitor_uk&utm_term=Omicron%20viral%20load%20can%20be%20at%20its%20highest%20at%20day%20five%20so%20cutting%20isolation%20period%20doesnt%20make%20sense

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