Friday, April 18, 2008

To Gordon Brown the NHS, is 'Not His Specialty'.

Gordon Brown seems to have had little grasp of the health brief either as Prime Minister or as Chancellor. He may have spend the money, but it's been shamefully squandered, and has not reached patient care. Money has been spent on useless projects, evidence that the NHS really is Not His Specialty. I've just found Sir Gerry Robinson trying to give Gordon advice on the NHS via YouTube. I have written about Sir Gerry before:
Here and here.

6 comments:

jmb said...

Michelle, I had no idea you were back. I just saw your avatar at Nourishing Obscurity so scurried over to check.
Welcome back. I hope you enjoyed the break.

Dr Michelle Tempest said...

Thanks jmb!
Michelle

Semaj Mahgih said...

Michelle - me too and delighted. Straihgt into the blogrolls and Reader.

As for Gordo, surely you must heed advice from the professionals, i.e. the people on the ground. If you don't then what on earth do you think you're doing as PM?

Arthur said...

What exactly is his specialty, Michelle?

Dr Michelle Tempest said...

I think the answer to you Arthur is:
Dithering! A gold medal in dithering.

Dr Michelle Tempest said...

I agree with you Semaj Mahgih. I'm not sure what he thinks he's doing as PM.
Thanks for the comment.