May 2012 — Social Investigations
This list represents the dire state of our democracy. The financial and vested interests of our MPs and Lords in private healthcare. Over 200 parliamentarians all allowed to vote on a bill that they clearly have something to gain from. Who cares that they have put it in the register of interests. This doesn’t excuse their interests, it merely highlights clearly why they should have no part in voting for the privatisation of the NHS. It is privatisation, despite the media’s continued use of the word ‘reforms’. The question must be asked. Are they public servants or corporate servants?