Post Tagged with: "Jeremy Hunt"

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Parliamentary Question: Bucks health funding

This Tuesday, I had the opportunity to ask a question in the House about the disparity in hospital funding for Buckinghamshire. You can read my question and the Health Secretary’s reply below: Steve Baker: Along with county colleagues, I wrote to the Secretary of State on this subject, because Buckinghamshire […]

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Hansard record of Jeremy Hunt's statement updating the Commons on actions following the Francis Report

Hospital update from Health Secretary

I recently received a letter from the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, which set out what he and his Department plan do to in order to drive up standards and patient care after the Keogh Review. Mr Hunt said that: Today I am reaffirming our commitment to total transparency, accountability and […]

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My Keogh Review Question to the Health Secretary

My question to the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, on the Keogh Review: Steve Baker (Wycombe) (Con): Walter Coles died because he was forgotten. Edward Maitland died because he was fed solid food. I could name others; those are just two of the patients who have died unnecessarily. And yet high […]

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Paul Goodman on the LibDems’ abstention today

I was under the misapprehension that, since this is a Coalition Government, Conservatives and Liberal Democrats take the same whip. This misunderstanding was buttressed by the Number 10 website, which lists Alistair Carmichael as a Deputy Chief Whip (and number three in the Whips’ Office). via Are Liberal Democrat MPs […]

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