Looks like the PM’s Health Secretary can run and the PM can ride.
LONDON (AP) — Prime Minister David Cameron stood before the world's media Friday and finally admitted: Yes, he had ridden the horse.
….That appeared to violate the police department's policy, spelled out on its website, that horses are retired to "homes where the horse will not be ridden."
But Mr Cameron belongs to the Ruling Class: Different Rules if you do not mind.
But Mr. Prime Minister, what about REIN?
Like: On Health Insurers.
- Ends discrimination against people with pre-existing conditions.
- Limits premium spread to normal, high risk and healthy risk to say under 20% either way of normal.
- Limits premium discrimination based on gender and age.
- Prevents insurance companies from dropping coverage when people are sick and need it most.
- Caps out-of-pocket expenses so people don’t go broke when they get sick.
- Eliminates extra charges for preventive care.
- Contribute to an ABTA style cover.
- Cover 100% of conditions to prevent dumping.
The Guardian: Bupa cuts off mental illness payments after two years
Now will Monitor be doing anything about that? I doubt.
But hang on, the NHS is really safe in David Cameron’s hands as there needs to be hospitals taking back patients that Bupa does not treat.
Told you: The NHS is not going to be privatised! Not all of it any way.
My guess is that NHS 111 will be. Oooops: there may be new jobs for people sacked by A4E to call NHS 111 as £25 a go can soon mount up and it is impossible to monitor.