There is probably a book to be written about the naming of operations by public bodies.
One of those books you see on the counter of a book shop by the till, the kind you think “that will make a temporarily amusing gift for a relative to whose Christmas present I haven’t given much thought to”.
End Game was pleased to discover that, unlike the Americans, whose nomenclature leans towards the thunderously patriotic likes of “Operation Soaring Eagle”, the NHS equivalent has a whiff of irony and a soupcon of self-deprecation about it.
For Norwich trusts and commissioners have come up with a winter plan to try and make sure they all work together better and that barriers are reduced.
And what have they called this operation, stressing as it does their collective resilience?