Tories raking in money from private health firms as NHS is on its knees

 The Mirror reports on the connections between Tory MPs, lords and even Downing Street advisers and private healthcare, showing how they have been shamelessly accepting money from private healthcare firms as the NHS is on its knees.

At least 28 Tory MPs and Lords have had ties to private health and medical groups, publicly accessible records reveal. There is no suggestion of wrongdoing.

They include: Suffolk MP Dan Poulter, an NHS doctor paid £30k a year by medical cannabis firm Kanabo Group PLC

Wimbledon MP Stephen Hammond who earns £25,000 a year as a non-executive director at Optibiotix Health that sells products to manage chronic lifestyle diseases.

Huntingdon MP Jonathan Djanogly, the £30,000-a-year chairman of Pembroke VCT, which has invested in healthcare software companies.

Full article in The Mirror, 21 January 2023

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