Spin can’t hide truth of what Fine Gael has done to our health system
After eight years of governance vandalism, the new HSE board urgently needs to call a halt to Fine Gael’s merry dance
The HSE was last week given a non-executive board for the first time since 2011. The grandiose political sentiment and statements that accompanied its re-establishment seem almost designed to distract us from the fact that this is just the inevitable conclusion of an eight-year-long Fine Gael-driven exercise in governance vandalism. This is a mere return to how it was before they took office.
In 2011, the HSE had a non-executive board that met all the criteria...
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