Benjamin Jenkins

Benjamin Jenkins

Westminster Correspondent for The London Economic

“Nursing is often seen as the beating heart of the NHS…the beating heart is badly in need of a cardiologist.” Professor Rafferty, Kings College London

“Nursing is often seen as the beating heart of the NHS…the beating heart is badly in need of a cardiologist.” Professor Rafferty, Kings College London

"The Shortage of nurses in UK is affecting patient care and threatening lives. Outsiders looking in would rightly be puzzled by the UK government’s policy for planning the largest workforce in the NHS, and the apparent chaos, contradiction and confusion that has characterised the process. Nothing seems to make sense. For...

PMQs: “As the ruins of Carrillion lie around her, will the PM work to end the racket between government & private companies?”

PMQs: “As the ruins of Carrillion lie around her, will the PM work to end the racket between government & private companies?”

Today Prime Minister's Questions was dominated by the collapse of Carillion, with the leader Jeremy Corbyn of The Labour Party attacking the 'too cosy relationship' between successive Tory governments and private companies: "This isn't one isolated case of Government negligence and Corporate failure. It's a broken system. "Under this Tory...

Theresa May

Prime Minister accused of “one law for her own constituency” as Parliament hears it’s the least hit by austerity

In a question about sprinklers being urgently needed in tower blocks after the Grenfell Tower disaster, Prime Minister’s Questions today heard how the Prime Minister’s constituency has been protected from the austerity cuts that have ravaged other local authorities around the country. “Not one penny to fit sprinklers to Birmingham’s...

WATCH: Emily Thornberry reassures Damien Green that she won’t bring up extreme porn on his computer before devastating PMQs performance

WATCH: Emily Thornberry reassures Damien Green that she won’t bring up extreme porn on his computer before devastating PMQs performance

https://www.facebook.com/NyeBevanNews/videos/2036043049942957/ Despite an investigation into extreme pornography found on his office computer amid the sleaze allegations that have embroiled 11%r of sitting Conservative MP's, Theresa May left Damien Green to field Prime Minister's Questions today. Emily Thornberry who was standing in for the leader of the opposition Jeremy Corbyn put...