UK: Women employees hit hardest by NHS re-organisation chaos, Nadine Dorries attacks Cameron at launch of Conservative Voice

Muslim women’s group to quiz MP George Galloway Bradford Telegraph and Argus George Galloway will face an audience of Muslim women tomorrow to explain his controversial comments about rape and disabled people as well as his performance as MP for Bradford West. Mr Galloway caused outrage last month with his podcast comments about the case of Wikileaks campaigner Julian Assange, who is facing rape allegations in Sweden

Nadine Dorries attacks David Cameron at launch of Conservative Voice The Guardian Nadine Dorries, the disaffected Conservative backbencher, took her campaign against the prime minister to a new low when she called for a “kill Cameron strategy”. The intervention by Dorries, who recently dismissed David Cameron and George Osborne as “two arrogant posh boys”, overshadowed the launch of a centre-right group which is designed to ensure the prime minister does not lose sight of Tory values. Speaking at the launch of Conservative Voice, Dorries told the Guido Fawkes website: “We need a kill Cameron strategy, not a voice.”

LABOUR PARTY : Women employees are hit hardest by Government’s NHS re … 4-traders Jamie Reed MP, Labour’s Shadow Health Minister, in response to figures obtained by the Health Service Journal showing 74% of redundancies from Government NHS re-organisation were women, said: “As the Government’s re-organisation inflicts chaos on the NHS, its women employees are being hit hardest. Thousands of NHS jobs are being thoughtlessly axed across the country and this out of touch Government is letting women bear the brunt of it.

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