Archive of 8 April 2011
The government's rhetoric is colliding with the realities of disabled people's lives.
Reputations, as anyone who had an embarrassing accident in school will tell you, are a difficult thing to shake off.
Dr Sarah Wollaston, a former GP, has been a vocal Tory critic of the health bill. In March she wrote in the Daily Telegraph:
Conservative party grandee Norman Tebbit wrote in the Daily Mirror criticising the government's health overhaul:
Stephen Dorrell, chair of the Commons health committee, discussed the NHS reforms in an interview with the Financial Times: