A few minutes ago, 254 peers betrayed the people of England, as they defeated 146 other peers in a crucial NHS vote on a Labour motion in the House of Lords to kill ‘secondary legislation’ that the government is trying to implement under last year’s Health and Social Care Act.
Why was it such a betrayal? Earlier today, one quisling Labour peer, Norman Warner, gave the game away when he went on the record in the Guardian to explain
Why I, a Labour peer, am supporting a regulated market for NHS competition
An unforgivable treason when the amended secondary legislation the government is trying to implement (having failed to sneak it through unnoticed) is even worse than the original version and will mire commissioners of NHS services in England in such confusion and fear of legal action that will force them to play safe by including private health companies…
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