Professor Robert Winston stars in new Party Election Broadcast

April 10, 2012 3:00 pm

  • http://www.facebook.com/dannymayhem Daniel ‘saxon’ Mayhew

    FFS still going on about the NHS sorry not going to win it for us!!! Strong messages about the economy will win it for us  

  • http://www.facebook.com/dannymayhem Daniel ‘saxon’ Mayhew

    FFS still going on about the NHS sorry not going to win it for us!!! Strong messages about the economy will win it for us   

    • Whaxelwarner

      There’s a thought. Much more to go round when people start dying off.

  • Stinkywinkypinkyponky

    Liverpool Church Ward, Vote for Dr Richard Wenstone, a true friend of the NHS,
    Going up against Erica Kemp Lib Dem, please spread the word.
    We will restore our NHS.

  • Heretic

    Robert Winston is a real Gent.  What a pity he is so worried by Cameron’s plans that he falls into the trap of thinking that Labour would be doing any different in today’s financial climate.  People seem to forget that the reason Labour failed to get re-elected is that  the English electorate declined to put their trust in any one party.  And any wonder?  here we are again talking about the National Health Service when what we really mean is the English  Health service.  If you want our trust, then you can begin to reclaim it by talking about English matters when what you are talking about affects only England.  Currently all of the main parties seem to be having difficulty with the “E” word.  Sort it out.

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  • Winston_from_the_Ministry

    Because Labour, obviously, have always kept to their word.  On everything.  Ever.

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