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Friday, 8 October 2010

I enjoyed watching Andrew Lanlsey Secretary of State and Health who opened the session with a speech demonstrating how the Tories are delivering on plans to reform the NHS, leading a health panel from the floor. The conference covered a series of presentations from Ministers on Reforms, welfare and tackling global poverty.

Reviewing public services with key note speakers and guests in the morning covering the conference for the day before fringe sessions.

This followed by a session with Chris Grayling, reforming Welfare was a priority despite the mumblings of the child benefit cuts that were talked about at conference. Delegates heard of the benefits review proposals outlined. The focus was on people and those who are able to work can and do work.

Ian Duncan Smith Secretary of State and for Work and Pensions closed the session. 

1 comment:

  1. I really like and appreciate the idea of cutting benefits.Everyone should equally try to make some contribution to the development of the country. So personally,I am happy with the decision that government has taken and looking forward to see the implementation of the law. Thanks Parveen to keep us informed about all the activities. Well Done !!

    Best Wishes and Love for you !!