Imagine this scenario…. It’s the end of the month and 2.1 million adults have just had £995.85 paid into their bank accounts by the government. Many are either unemployed or those working on the lowest incomes. The idea is a … Continue reading Universal Basic Income: A Time for Change?
A committee of MPs believe that the changes proposed by Andrew Lansley‘s health reforms are obstructing efforts to make the NHS more efficient, and that the reforms fail to address how to care better for an expanding elderly population. The highly critical report by the cross-party select committee on health, that is due to be published on Tuesday, comes as the medical establishment prepares its own summit on Thursday to discuss concerns over the health and social care bill. The report which is the findings of a committee chaired by Stephen Dorrell, the former Conservative health secretary will probably cause … Continue reading MP’s criticise Health Reforms