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Constitutional conventions: best practice

Does the NHS need 'disruptors, heretics, radicals and mavericks'?

Banksy-style graphics can't disguise that the 'change leaders' in the NHS are set on ever more marketisation, not genuine radicalism.

In which I watch the old razzle-dazzle

New post from Putney Debates blogger John Hully, on Jeremy Hunt's alarming announcement that he plans to make the Care Quality Commission independent from "political interference."

Bias, balance and public interest: is the BBC suffering from the Dunning-Kruger effect?

The BBC has been criticised by several groups for its pro-Government stance during coverage of the run up and implementation of the NHS reforms. Alongside previous accusations of its left wing bias, this debate raises important questions about the institution’s capacity to fulfil its mandate of impartiality. 

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