New Health Secretary Matt Hancock accepted £32,000 from boss of think tank that wants to scrap the NHS

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has accepted £32,000 from the chairman of a think-tank which wants to scrap the NHS.

He also took £5,000 from the director of a private nursing firm which supplies agency workers to the health service. The donations will raise questions about the 39-year-old’s commitment to the NHS and could embroil him in a conflict of interest row.

Full story in The Mirror, 10 July 2018

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