Unite has today (Friday) called on the Secretary of State for Health to explain why he
has appointed a former M&S boss, with interests in a private healthcare firm that is
eyeing up stealth-privatised NHS contracts, to an influential role in the management of
According to the Guardian, the role is to advise on how to build up new management to
transform failing hospitals. Apparently what was good for Marks &Spenser will be good for
Posted from Hebden Bridge, England, United Kingdom.