The famous No Hosptitals Scheme (NHS) is now considered safe with the Tories.
'People should be looked after at home by private companies who can make a profit and boost the economy' declared David Cameron as Backbenchers cheered 'You always get a few rebels who run the nurses and the doctors to complain about our plans but our No Hospitals Scheme is what the country needs. The Big Society will take over and health will be guaranteed.'
The House of Lords has other ideas, with Bishops and disgruntled ex-politicians leading the way against Tory plans for No Hospitals. They want to see the health service continue.
George Osborne explained that Tory NHS plans would deal with the deficit rapidly and Britain could turn to the country to prosperity 'in no time'.
Tory Health Minister, Andrew Lansley, fresh from a discussion with Cameron aides, has asserted his determination to continue on the No Hospitals path as the only healthy option.