I received copies of the following letters from Gloria Guy, a fellow member of our local 38 Degrees Chelsea & Fulham Group, which she sent to Chelsea and Fulham’s Conservative MP Greg Hands on March 10th and February 21st 2016.

Gloria “wholeheartedly” supports the NHS (Reinstatement) Bill  which provides the legislation to restore the NHS as a publicly funded and publicly run service.

Dear Greg,

It is absolutely essential to the wellbeing of the NHS that we bring it back into public ownership entirely.  You personally may not be in agreement of this because you have a financial interest in the Conservative party due to your position within, but you represent us, the people, your constituents in Fulham and Chelsea and we want you to support the NHS Reinstatement Bill on our behalf.   There is also a second reading of the Commission Bill tomorrow – the same day as the NHS Reinstatement Bill.   I wonder how that came about?
Please let me know which one you intend to attend and which way you intend to vote, should it come to it.   
Think of the people who will end up without proper care and support if you, as my Member of Parliament, allow the American privatisation system to take over OUR NHS.   We are counting on you as our representative in Parliament to do as we want, not as the Tory party wants.
You have a very important voice in Parliament and you can swing it which way you choose.   Please give up the greedy privatisation way and support a genuine NHS in the form in which it was set up – to help the people of this country, not to hand over to private companies for profit.   As a churchgoer you should be persuading your colleagues to see the spiritual aspect of life in this world, and it should be more important to you than the greed which seems to be taking over the world.   Money is not God.
Kind regards.
Yours sincerely,
Gloria Guy


‘Dear Greg,

Please read the whole of this message below. It comes straight from the horse’s mouth and explains to the public at large in this country just exactly what this person, called Jeremy Hunt, and the entire government are doing to our NHS whilst hiding behind all manner of excuses.

Please let me know what you intend to do about really funding the NHS properly. I would be grateful to NOT hear platitudes, politician speak and excuses – plain, straight talking would be good, and it would also be good to know that the NHS will be funded properly and correctly;  also managed correctly.

I have recently spoken to a “junior doctor” who isn’t all that junior in years, and have been told that management (both middle and senior) are at fault, but that the real problem lies with the government because they underfund the NHS and they also tell the management people how to manage. In other words – the problem lies with this government and their lies, deception and lack of responsibility towards the people of this country. No amount of excuses and pushing contracts at the private sector will make any of us thinking people believe any less. We are not idiots; this government is pushing the country into private hands in every direction – and you only got 24% of the vote. I doubt any of you will get another term in office and the opposition parties are not any better.

From a sad, disillusioned resident of Fulham and ex-believer in the Conservative Party.                                                                                                                                                                         Gloria Guy’