- — Chris Ham (@profchrisham)Tue, Sep 04 2012 04:29:19new Health Secretary but same challenges: money, quality, Dilnot, and the bravery to lead long overdue service changes at faster pace
- — Joe McCrea (@joemccrea1966)Tue, Sep 04 2012 02:50:45I like Lansley personally, but if Osborne had to stay else admit economic failure, logically is this admission of failure on NHS?
- — NHSConfed Press Team (@NHSConfed_Press)Tue, Sep 04 2012 05:27:26
- — Alastair McLellan (@HSJEditor)Tue, Sep 04 2012 07:39:35Delivering a 'project' like the Olympics very different from delivering NHS reforms which directly effects tens of millions #reshuffle
- — Nick Seddon (@N_Seddon)Tue, Sep 04 2012 02:44:42@JGForsyth An error to sack him now. Lansley poor at communication (past 2 yrs); but implementation and detail his forte (next 2 yrs)
- — Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB)Tue, Sep 04 2012 06:32:21New health secretary, Jeremy Hunt, tried to block the NHS section in the Olympic opening ceremony. http://bit.ly/PYFY4I
- — ben goldacre (@bengoldacre)Tue, Sep 04 2012 07:17:59A health secretary who believes in homeopathy is like a Chancellor relying on money trees. Or a Transport Minister backing perpetual motion.
- — Alastair McLellan (@HSJEditor)Tue, Sep 04 2012 07:11:37Am berated by somebody in the know for suggesting Lansley blocked Lamb's appt to DH in 2010 - apparently it's 'a huge myth'