Saturday, 21 December 2013

BBC News - NHS 'was too powerful to criticise' says regulator

The trouble with this BBC report is that whilst it starts thus:
'The NHS "became too powerful to criticise" despite many patients receiving a "wholly unsatisfactory" service, the health regulator has said.

David Prior told the Daily Telegraph that even the most senior staff were afraid of speaking out.The Care Quality Commission chairman said the NHS should not be treated as a "national religion" beyond criticism.'

It is, of course, the BBC and their fellow travellers on the left of politics who most often treat the BBC as 'a "national religion" beyond criticism"'.

More reporting, that ignores this fact, here at the BBC.

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