Coalition will force NHS bill on to statute book, says David Cameron | Politics | The Guardian A Bill which aims to privatise the social provision of health care, which nobody voted for, is apparently going to be "forced through" by the government, regardless of almost unanimous opposition from the professions. Naturally, this being Britain, the public have had absolutely no say on this farce. This section of the article really does sum up the dictatorial approach of British politics: "No 10 acknowledged it may have taken its eye off the ball, allowing opposition to the bill to re-emerge." So the objective, presumably, was to supress all opposition and force the Bill through to a background of silence. Lansley, the prick, in case anybody forgot, has his own motives for bringing this Bill to Parliament: Andrew Lansley bankrolled by private healthcare provider - Telegraph Unfortunately, yet again, we are having to rely on an unelected House of Parliament to protect us from the worst elements of a shoddy idea cooked up by the "elected" House. Alas I fear the Conservatives have accepted too much money from private health care providers to drop this Bill. This is the beginning of the end for the NHS.