So, that was the election. It wasn’t like Harold Wilson in 1964 or 19 74. It was more like John Major in 1992, wasn’t it? Does that mean Cameron will face the same struggle with backbenchers over an EU referendum as Major did with the so-called ‘bastards’ over Maastricht? Will Miliband’s hubristic pledge stone come to be seen to be Kinnock’s “We’re alright!” at the
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It became clear that everyone agreed that there needed to be an integration of health and social care. Everyone could see how that would improve customer and patient outcomes as well as reduce overall cost to the tax payer. However, nobody seemed to be able to prove that was the case because of the differing budgets and the significant time lags between cost and benefit. We decided to take on the