The letter sent during a month of revelations about his cabinet’s rule breaking parties and Rishi Sunak’s trip to meet with American Healthcare firms.

The letter above is being sent to all NHS members of staff in trusts across the country.

Several parties are alleged (with several now confirmed) to have taken place involving aides and members of the Government while the country was in lockdown or London was in a Tier which would not allow for such ‘gatherings’.

Since leaked information of ‘gatherings’ between 13th November and 18th December, former Press Secretary Allegra Stratton and former London Mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey have both resigned from their recent positions as the damage to public trust grows.

The latest blow comes as a photo from May 2020 has been leaked showing the Prime Minister and many others enjoying drinks and snacks at another time of banned activities was in force across the country.

“I think it’s the penultimate paragraph that is hardest to swallow.

Pay awards amounting to pay cuts over the last decade when compared to inflation rises. Lack of resources, PPE debacle, the blaming of GPs for not seeing patients when they are actually getting through more appointments (albeit some on the telephone) AND doing vaccinations – scapegoats.

All this setting up nicely so that they can privatise a ‘failing NHS’ – we are not failing, they are failing us! We do unbelievably well under the circumstances I think.” – Emma Whapples. Midwifery Lecturer, Clinical Midwife & Parish Councillor in Polesworth.

We as a CLP are saddened that direct competitors are allowed to sit on committees that leave the National Health Service open to even more profiteering.

Since it’s inception the NHS has been widely popular and shows how perseverance against the Tories can create something long standing and putting people over profit. A idea that goes against the very nature of the Conservatives.

Privatisation is real and the NHS is not safe with the Tories.


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