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“This already goes way beyond what experts believe can be achieved through efficiency savings, re-organisation or better procurement.”
“He said the prime minister had broken a pre-election promise not to have any "top-down re-organisation of the NHS" and told him: "Every day he fights for this bill, every day trust in him on the NHS ebbs away, every day it becomes clearer the NHS is not safe in his hands.”
“We're being asked to change the way in which we do that very good job with financial pressures and a structural re-organisation, neither of which are really designed to deliver joined-up care to a group of people who are already in a complicated place in society.”
“This is a powerful and scathing critique of the government's handling of its NHS re-organisation from three of the most respected voices in healthcare.”
“That means Labour must be prepared to adopt a two-leader strategy: the first one, a person of acumen, though not necessarily charisma, to oversee the re-organisation and the second one to lead the party to victory.”
“I'm asking about the real costs of his re-organisation next year ...”
“Stephen Dorrell, the chair of the Health Select Committee has said consistently that the "efficiency savings" should be the priority not the re-organisation.”
“Lansley is obsessed with his re-organisation, he's lost the plot on the "efficiency savings" and he's even lost the plot on the day-to-day running of the service witness his complacency over flu vaccinations.”
“Political considerations make me think that there will be a Euro-Region stage (the idea that the subterfuge of “efficient policing” was trying to achieve a few years ago) but that it will not be long before our government in Brussels forces through a re-organisation at Provincial (ie former “member state”) level.”
“The Plaid-ruled Council is in the midst of a primary school re-organisation which has many people up in arms.”
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