Tory MPs welcome “scrap NHS” report


1:35 pm - July 13th 2011

by Don Paskini    


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Tory MPs including John Redwood and Dominic Raab have welcomed a new report by the Institute of Economic Affairs, which sets out radical plans to cut public spending, and claims support from 70% of the public. Amongst the proposals which the IEA have suggested are the following winners:

– Introduce “top up fees for schools”, where parents pay around a quarter of the average costs of educating their children, and allow private companies to set up new schools, receive money from the government and make a profit.

– Scrap the pupil premium and Sure Start, reduce the number of nursery places within primary and infant schools, scrap free early education for 2-4 year olds and childcare vouchers, and instead “encourage more private sector provision”.

– Scrap the NHS and replace it with Singapore-style private health vouchers.

– Reverse plans to link the state pension to earnings, and scrap the winter fuel allowance, TV licenses and free bus passes.

– Privatise all social housing stock, and make flat rate housing benefit payments which pay less attention to the cost of housing in different areas.

– Remove tax credits from part time workers, to encourage them to work full time in all the new jobs which the private sector will create.

– Scrap all railway lines which don’t currently make a profit, and phase out all subsidies for bus travel, on the grounds that “Such transfers can be challenged on economic grounds, however, because they redistribute resources from productive individuals to non-productive individuals, thereby hampering the creation of wealth.”

– Introduce VAT on public transport fares, and deregulate the private taxi market so that people who used to use the bus to get around can instead travel by low cost taxi.

– Privatise the motorways and introduce road pricing to charge motorists to use them, and give residents in urban streets the “right to buy” their roads.

– Take an “anti-interventionist” approach to climate change, for example by cutting government spending on tackling climate change but instead imposing VAT on food.

This summary barely scratches the surface, and the full report is here. It is a kind of Encyclopedia Wingnuttia which brings together every half-baked, utopian, daft right-wing libertarian idea into one handy reference guide.

The IEA argue that “in light of public opinion the proposals in our report no longer look so “radical” or “brave”; these are mainstream ideas backed by supporters of all parties.” This is based on a polling question which asks people, “If the Government were to reduce its spending to 30% of national income, the Government would have less money to spend, but each household would get a pony and pay around £7,500 less tax on average. Would you support or oppose this reduction in government spending?”

While we hope that the Tory Party will listen to the IEA and adopt their manifesto in full at the next election, what is perhaps most interesting is that when right wingers talk about “government waste”, it turns out that what they mean are things like the NHS, free nursery, primary and secondary schooling, trains, buses and free use of motorways.

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1. Mr S. Pill

It’s quite a crafty plot by the Cons, to come out with these insane ideas so when they inevitably water down the proposals they’ll come out looking rosy. We should step up the fight against this undemocratic government – they have zero legitimacy for such sweeping “reforms” of our country’s services.

What do the Lib Dems think of all this, btw?

Don’t know about Liberal Democrats, but a lot of this looks silly to me (if reported accurately, which is normal for Don).

Still, since IAE does not equal Conservative Party, can I point out that this is hardly a “crafty plot” and more a think-tank doing what they do (thinking too much…)

I really hope all these proposals make it into the next Tory manifesto.

“What do the Lib Dems think of all this, btw?”

The Orange Bookers will probably be in favour – as long as there is a place somewhere in the plans for Lib Dem councillors 😉

5. Mr S. Pill

@2

Redwood backs it (apparently), so it has tacit support from the loonier fringes of the Tory Party at least.

This Lib Dem – Social Lib Dem – BTW – is not surprised by this but is appalled ……

7. blackwillow1

Whatever these looney toons are taking, it is way stronger than anything the drug dealers can supply. Fucking insane people. I’m surprised they did’nt offer up a free donkey ride to the moon, just to make it sound more realistic.

I think I caught the tail-end of this on Today this morning (it sounded like it). Humphrys seemed happy enough with their ideas.

S. Pill,

I assume the same logic works for all parties, that their loonier elements can be held up as representing the party?

I’m not saying that the Conservatives will not adopt some of these ideas (and the general cut state provision to allow more personal choice tenor is in keeping with broad-right-wing thought), but I think there is a long distance between Redwood and Cameron, who is probably too statist to accept most of this.

As none of the headlines are on localising services, I assume this is one of those all else being equal reports that thinktanks seem to think are useful but rather ignores the true direction of political travel – the direction of both the Conservatives and the radical wing of the Conservatives (unusually…) is more towards democratising and decentralising rather than destroying services. John Redwood is not really as radical as he once was – he represents a point of view that was relevant fifteen years ago quite a lot.

10. Charles Wheeler

It’s pure neoliberalism. Not really a surprise that right wingers want a smaller state.

Of course the operative word is ‘average’ – the £7,500 less tax will accrue most to high tax payers.

Even so, it doesn’t sound like a great deal in return for closing down most government services.

11. Arthur Seaton

“I really hope all these proposals make it into the next Tory manifesto.”

So do I, as it would definitely send them to the electoral oblivion they so surely deserve.

Unfortunately, they’re clever enough to realise this, so while many Tories, maybe most, will be sympathetic to all this, they can only ever try to impose it by stealth. The NHS is the case in point, if Lansley’s “reforms” had been in the Tory manifesto they would never have got back into power in a million years.

Nice spin doctoring – Tory MPs welcome scrapping NHS headline turns out to be the story that “a couple of Tory MPs welcome the existence of a report but don’t sign up to all the crazy stuff in it”.

With all the furore about dishonesty in reporting making the headlines this week, LibCon could perhaps make a one-off nod towards accuracy?

Arthur @11,

“I really hope all these proposals make it into the next Tory manifesto.”

So do I, as it would definitely send them to the electoral oblivion they so surely deserve.

Of course, you might find they are popular and would win them the election – we don’t know because no-one has tried anything like this. Careful what you wish for – I always prefer the parties I am not supporting to have reasonable manifestos, not extreme ones.

I have an adjective deficit.

Around 50 of the neo-con Conservative MPs, as well as some of the backwoodsmen like John Redwood. There’s also a strong element in the LibDems who also think this way. So we’re talking around 90 MPs who will actively support this.

Then you add the others, like Cameron and Osborne, who are in it for their future city careers and will cut what they can for their corporate masters. So you have a sizeable number of number of MPs that want to turn the country into the outer reaches of right wing American states like Texas and Alabama where the few rich live well while the rest live in low wage poverty and no benefits.

What’s new?

For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance: but from him that hath not shall be taken away even that which he hath. Matthew 25:29
http://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/Matthew-25-29/

“and claims support from 70% of the public”

I can’t help wondering which alternate universe they were polling in?

“non-productive individuals”

I guess that would be me and the other disabled people who won’t be wanted in their brave new world of productivity uber alles. Though given the general tenor you have to wonder if they include schoolkids and toddlers under the same heading.

@ 15:

“Around 50 of the neo-con Conservative MPs, as well as some of the backwoodsmen like John Redwood. There’s also a strong element in the LibDems who also think this way. So we’re talking around 90 MPs who will actively support this.”

I’m not so sure. Some of the proposals are pretty extreme (privatise the motorways? Really?), and I think that you might struggle to find somebody who would support everything in it even among the more libertarian wing of the Conservatives.

19. Leon Wolfson

@18 – With the variety on offer, you pick the motorways one as “extreme”? And ignore gems like a 20% food price bump?

70% of Tory millionaires, perhaps.

On the linked conservative blog, they call it “the British equivalent of the Republicans’ inspiring Ryan Plan in America”. The same Ryan Plan that would increase health costs while forcing old people to fend for themselves on the private health insurance market, and has made Republicans start losing districts to recall elections. Not something you should be aligning yourself with, really.

21. So Much For Subtlety

18. XXX

Some of the proposals are pretty extreme (privatise the motorways? Really?), and I think that you might struggle to find somebody who would support everything in it even among the more libertarian wing of the Conservatives.

Surely the privatisation of the motorways is one of the more palatable proposals? What is so weird about it? Most people must have noticed that most of our near neighbours have private motorways and very nice they are too. The world has not ended because the French allow private ownership of freeways has it?

But I agree. Some Tories might support most of this, a few of them might even think that it is electorally viable, but virtually none will support all of it.

22. So Much For Subtlety

7. blackwillow1

Whatever these looney toons are taking, it is way stronger than anything the drug dealers can supply. Fucking insane people. I’m surprised they did’nt offer up a free donkey ride to the moon, just to make it sound more realistic.

In what sense are you using the world realistic? You mean in the sense of something possible? Or in the sense of politically possible? If the latter, I point you to Blackadder’s joke at the expense of the Monster Raving Loonie party when Bladrick stood for election in Dunnywold.

10. Charles Wheeler

Of course the operative word is ‘average’ – the £7,500 less tax will accrue most to high tax payers.

How do you know? I see nowhere where they state who the less tax ought to go to. Would you continue to oppose it if that money went entirely to the poor? If they used to it lift tax rates on the lower paid? To pay more than 7,500 in tax to the British state you would have to be in the Top 40% or so of British taxpayers – and that includes VAT. So suppose they doubled it and sent a cheque for 15,000 pounds to the bottom 50%. Stupid but do-able. You still think this is not worth it?

Even so, it doesn’t sound like a great deal in return for closing down most government services.

They are not closing most government services. And I think the poor would beg to differ. They would prefer cash-in-hand even if they had to find their own doctor.

23. Leon Wolfson

@22 –

Except the entire point is they’re not sending a cheque to low payers, they’re arguing for adding tax to the basics the poor rely on, and in return removing most most of the tax burden on the richer in society. At a rough pass, it would double inequality.

Moreover, the system they’re suggesting has only a third of it’s cost given by the government, and not as cash. It’s a a means-tested, very highly regulated system which takes advantage of the local situation – and employers provide health insurance as well. It would be very hard to relocate and scale, and would, given even moderately favourable assumptions, simply lead to a variation on the US system of massive costs and poor outcomes for the poor.

If they were actually suggesting a basic income, then you might have a point. But no, it’s a charter for the rich.

Is anyone really suprised that the vermin allow the mask to fall now and then? Far too much to tackle here, but this little gem just sums up the level that the halfwits come up with:

– Remove tax credits from part time workers, to encourage them to work full time in all the new jobs which the private sector will create.

Eh? I mean, What The Fuck? What planet are these bastards on? I thought John Redwood was supposed to be the intelligent end of the Tory Party? He is the best of a group of fuckwits if he is?

Go into any job centre and see the jobs the private sector is creating. They will be mainly part time jobs, there are millions of people looking for full time work, but can only get part time work. And the Tory solution? Remove tax credits!!!!

Every week I am told that the Tories are merely mis-understood and they do not actually despise the poor or want to punish them and every now and then the truth pops out.

Thanks Mr Redwood, you have further confirmed what I have already known. Cameron hides it well, but you people are the same scum you have always been.


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