The man assessing choice and competition in the government’s health bill has strongly denied that denying that the review of the health bill is a PR exercise is nothing but a PR exercise.
The government has already faced accusations that its pledge to “pause, listen, reflect and improve” on the proposals is nothing but a meaningless charade, and its denials of this have been dismissed by those opposed to the reforms as a meaningless charade.
Sir Stephen Bubb, who is the health review leader said, “To those people that say it’s pointless to deny that denying the review is pointless, I issue a further denial that it is pointless to deny that denying that this review is pointless.”
“I don’t think I can be clearer than that.”
Health review PR stunt not PR stunt
Labour has criticised the denial with a spokesperson claiming, “To claim that denying that the denial that the health review is an expensive PR exercise is nothing but an expensive PR exercise.”
Secretary of State for Health Andrew Lansley was quick to deny that denying that the denial that the health review is an expensive PR exercise is nothing but an expensive PR exercise.
“It is completely untrue that denying that the denial that the health revi…..aaahhhhhh, bollocks to it!”