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Now New Labour bases health policy on old jokes

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Mick Hume

Mick Hume
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‘You may think that the Comedy Conservatives broke new ground this week by turning a joke about autism into the main debating point at a political conference. New Labour, however, is still ahead in the laughing-stock stakes. Ministers now appear to base their health policies on jokes they have overheard – and, inevitably, failed to get….’

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