Boris Johnson seeks to calm Tory MPs' concerns over his £36 billion spending spree.

Stan Says: “At last and after many years of calling for someone to ‘get a grip’ of the NHS. General Sir Gordon Kenneth Messenger, KCB, DSO & Bar, OBE, ADC (born 15 April 1962) is a retired senior Royal Marines officer who served as Vice-Chief of the Defence staff from May 2016 to May 2019. As a colonel, he commanded 40 Commando during the Iraq War, and led the Commando in the assault on the Al-Faw Peninsula. He served as British Commander of Task Force Helmand, during the 3 Commando Brigade deployment to Helmand Province, Afghanistan on Operation Herrick IX from 2008 to 2009.

General Sir Gordon will lead the biggest review of NHS leadership in 40 years, ensuring ‘every penny’ of taxpayers’ money is well spent.

Shall we start with the International Health Service and charge every foreigner who gets into an Ambulance, visits a GP, Dentist or presents at hospitals or clinics? Next on Stan’s wish list is cutting top management, starting with human resources, and the hordes of Lawyers.”

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