Now New Labour bases health policy on old jokes
Read spiked editor Mick Hume's Notebook in The Times (London).
‘You may think that the Comedy Conservatives broke new ground this week by turning a joke about autism into the main debating point at a political conference. New Labour, however, is still ahead in the laughing-stock stakes. Ministers now appear to base their health policies on jokes they have overheard – and, inevitably, failed to get….’
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