Andrew Lansley is secretary of state for health.
Devolution may have failed in New Labour’s hands but it can succeed with a different strategy and minset
The section of the Health Bill which seeks to increase competition within the NHS is the focus of the growing row over the legislation. Here, in an exclusive article, a defiant health secretary Andrew Lansley champions the importance of competition.
Now is the time for NHS leaders to engage with staff to let them know exactly what the revised pension offer entails, and why the scheme is worth sticking with.
Readers of HSJ will need no reminding that the NHS Future Forum recently published its recommendations on the Health and Social Care Bill. Nor that parliamentary scrutiny has begun on its amendments.