Playing politics with vital issues
CHARLOTTE Leslie MP has called for a new age of transparency in our National Health Service.
Yet less than one year ago she voted with her government to prevent the release of the NHS risk register – the document identifying risks to services from government reforms to the NHS.
As this Tory-led government shamefully privatises our NHS, with the full support of Miss Leslie and her Liberal Democrat colleagues, the Tory MP for Bristol North West pretends to care about transparency.
A case of strong words against weak actions.
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If Miss Leslie really cared about transparency in our NHS she would have voted for the release of the risk register so that we could all see the damage to services being inflicted by the unmandated top-down reforms of the NHS. Reforms that David Cameron and Miss Leslie promised would not take place.
As someone who has over seven years experience of working in the NHS from GP centres to hospital wards, including in Southmead and Henbury.
I know how proud patients and the public servants that serve them are of this great national institution.
Miss Leslie has a habit of playing politics with important issues.
She says one thing to her constituents in Bristol to keep people happy whilst voting for another in Westminster.
An MP that doesn't deliver and an MP that fails to stand up for the people that voted for her.
Labour Prospective Parliamentary Candidate, Bristol North West