Second Reading of NHS Bill Offers Second Chance to Nullify It
According to the latest reports, it has been revealed that the celebrated warfare to thwart the health and social care bill it working right across its foundation, as the bill is likely to return to the House of Lords for the second phase of testing and trial. The bill will be presented to the House of Lords this Tuesday.
Soon after the release of a letter inked by nearly 400 public health officials, meant to oppose the bill, two new web portals have been uploaded to oppose the proposed bill.
While one of the websites has been presented by the TUC, the other portal opposing the bill has been uploaded by a grassroots campaigner, though both websites are directly dedicated to a move which is mainly anonymous in the political terrain of Britain, dubbed “direct lobbying of peers”.
The TUC’s crusade, dubbed “Adopt a Peer”, apparently aims at connecting activists to an arbitrary peer, for starting a conversation.
The sole agenda is that the majority of peers is unfamiliar with constituents and is mainly not employed for lobbying in the said fashion.
Therefore, they are more liable to heed the writer’s issues, while the adopters are mainly being buoyant for writing a personal memo for molding a better “relationship” with other peers.
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