pellinore Posted March 9 #1 Share Posted March 9 (edited) At the height of the Covid pandemic, former health minister Steve Brine said he had been “trying for months” to persuade the NHS to hire anaesthetists through Remedium, a recruitment company he worked for, leaked messages show. Mr Brine allegedly contacted Michael Gove, then Cabinet Office minister, after receiving no response from Simon Stevens, who was chief executive of NHS England, as well as the Department of Health, suggesting they use the company. The approaches have been published by The DailyTelegraph from Matt Hancock’s leaked WhatsApp messages. Senior Tory ‘lobbied head of NHS for company paying him £1,600 a month’ | The Independent (archive.is) Edited March 9 by pellinore Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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