|Topic:||Re:NHS Enquiry or Propaganda on the Rates|
|Posted by:||Francis Rowe|
|You should really have mentioned that Dr Stephen Hirst who practiced in the Chiswick area is also on the panel. He wasn't my GP but I know that he was hugely respected by his patients and I'm not aware that he had any party affiliations.|
That said your point is well-made and I think most people would recognise this exercise for what it is - a transparent bit of electioneering. It would be interesting to know how much it will end up costing us.
On the other hand they are all at it. There has been a noticeable uptick of ads from various ministries promoting initiatives which are recognisable Conservative in inspiration and the announcement today on a 10 minute stay of execution on parking tickets, whilst very welcome, has been carefully timed as a vote winner.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|NHS Enquiry or Propaganda on the Rates||06/03/15 10:36:00||Paul Corcoran|
|Re:NHS Enquiry or Propaganda on the Rates||06/03/15 15:17:00||Francis Rowe|
|Re:NHS Enquiry or Propaganda on the Rates||06/03/15 15:36:00||Richard Cathcart|
|Re:Re:NHS Enquiry or Propaganda on the Rates||06/03/15 16:03:00||Francis Rowe|
|Re:Re:Re:NHS Enquiry or Propaganda on the Rates||06/03/15 18:39:00||Vanessa Smith|
|Re:NHS Enquiry or Propaganda on the Rates||07/03/15 19:59:00||David Cuss|
|Re:Re:NHS Enquiry or Propaganda on the Rates||11/03/15 12:14:00||Francis Rowe|