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Questionable Time #144

Good morrow lemmings and welcome to a Questionable Time sweltering spectacular! Yes, unless you’ve been trapped in a freezer all week, you can’t have failed to notice the fact that it’s got a little warm outside as of late. 1,251 more words

Question Time

The Minister For Government Policy On The Strange Case Of Medicinal Cannabis.

Oliver Letwin MP is, according to The Independent, “probably the most powerful person in the government after the Prime Minister and Chancellor”.

He is the Cabinet Office minister with responsibility for the implementation of government policy.   463 more words

Politics

NHS Costs and charging: Publicity, shame and complexity

Commenting on today’s press about Jeremy Hunt has created waves with his new plan to state the cost of medicines on the label and with his comment last night (July 2nd) on Question Time that he is not opposed to charging patients for missed NHS appointments. 250 more words

NHS

How to counter those who say “9/11 happened before Iraq!” to dismiss UK foreign policy as an explanation for terrorism

How to counter those who say “9/11 happened before Iraq!” to dismiss UK foreign policy as an explanation for terrorism
by Ian Sinclair
3 July 2015…
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UK Foreign Policy

The Case of Two Jeremys: Corbyn Comes Out on Top.

Pit ego against integrity, integrity always wins.  If yesterday’s Question Time was anything to go by, Jeremy Hunt is ego and Jeremy Corbyn is the better of the two. 477 more words

Terrorism

Regrettable repercussions?

I’m sure Jeremy Hunt must have some admirable qualities.  If nothing else, his gift for concealing these qualities from the casual observer must be commended – though he may be taking his natural modesty just a little too far.   580 more words

Al Fresco Medical.

News has travelled faster than a lolloping emu and I’m a bothered Pom. Why? Because whilst England were last number one at Test cricket Jeremy Hunt co-authored ‘Direct Democracy’ – a book calling the NHS a ’60 year mistake’. 253 more words

Humour