The eleven hypocrites who support NHS cuts in other people's constituencies

The Guardian has an excellent article HERE highlighting the eleven government ministers who are campaigning against NHS closures and cuts in their own constituencies, even though the policy is supported by their own Labour government and is supported by the cabinet.

These ministers accept something called cabinet responsibility, which put simply means that they stand by decision made by cabinet, they do not argue against them and they do not show disloyalty. So why are they against their own government's NHS policy ? Simple. They don't like it when it affect their constituents, however, they will keep quiet and say nothing when it affects other constituencies.

Another example of Labour hypocricy ?

Check out the definition below from MSN Encarta

hyp·o·crite (plural hyp·o·crites)



somebody feigning high principles: somebody who pretends to have admirable principles, beliefs, or feelings but behaves otherwise

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