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NHS management review hijacked by ‘wholesale wokery’


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An NHS review commissioned by Sajid Javid was hijacked by “wokery” at the expense of a focus on patients, it has been claimed.

The review of management in the health service was tasked with finding ways to make the system more effective and efficient.

It was led by General Sir Gordon Messenger, a former vice chief of the defence staff, aided by a “secretariat” of the Department of Health and NHS officials.

But the Health Secretary, who accepted the report’s recommendations in full, has been criticised by colleagues after the final document appeared to focus on “equality, diversity and inclusion” (EDI). 

Lord Lilley of Offa, who was the trade secretary under Margaret Thatcher and Sir John Major, pointed out that the phrase was used many more times than “patients” after government and NHS officials involved in EDI were recruited to help write the review.

Telegraph at MSN

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