A survey of Tory candidates likely to win seats at the next general election found that only one-third supported Mr Cameron's decision to make the NHS the "most immune" from cuts. The survey, carried out by the ConservativeHome website last month, included the responses of 144 Tory candidates standing in the party's top 220 target seats.
What a nice lot they are.
Profits before people, cash before care: that would appear to be their rallying cry.
The NHS is not perfect but killing has not been recognised as a cure since bleeding ceased to be good medicine several hundred years ago.
Unless you're a Conservative, that is.