|Jenny Marra, at parliament, swearing something, in a party frock.|
She must have been going on somewhere, dancing maybe?
With Harriet, maybe?
Labour’s position on the NHS became even more ridiculous this afternoon.
The party actually voted against a motion welcoming the publication of A&E performance figures which they themselves had been calling for.
Labour voted against a Scottish Government amendment praising the work of NHS staff and welcoming the announcement of the publication of the very performance figures they had been calling for.
This is following their being caught out fiddling NHS figures earlier this week and deleting tweets and a Youtube video – before repeatedly refusing to apologise.
|My granny's cat could have understood the figures.|
They simply couldn't have been plainer.
I mean, they did try to fiddle the figures, didn't they?
It couldn't reasonably have been an error.
No one would be too daft to understand the simple layout of the figures.
So they chanced their mitt and tried to make it look as if NHSS staff, and the government, were responsible for operations that were cancelled due to patients changing their minds, or dying, deteriorating or getting better before the operation could take place, or weather conditions being such that the patient couldnt be transferred to a hospital with suitable operating facilities.
I mean the layout would have seemed simple and obvious to a 5 year old with limited reading skills.
And today, having called for the figures to be released on a regular basis, they then voted against the figures being released on a regular basis. They also voted against praising the hard work of the NHS staff.
I know that the organ grinder isn't in the parliament and it's just his assistant that's running the show, but really...
|Here he is ... outside a hospital that Labour was going to close|
And the SNP kept open.
Murphy's Law: If it CAN go wrong, it WILL go wrong
(I'm not sure where Murphy is, but I'd lay a guess on, in a football strip somewhere near a football ground, telling people that it's a scandal that they can't get drunk at the match. Advice to Murphy: Glasgow man doesn't just care about football and getting drunk, you know.)