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Friday, 4 October 2013

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A Mediterranean Tax Haven, home to the Mail's owner Jonathan Harmsworth, 4th Viscount Rothermere

The Daily Mail editor Paul Dacre today called on the department of health to release the name of the 15 million people a year who receive treatment on the NHS. He said in his statement. "The NHS is anti British. Having free at point of service healthcare is not something we should be doing in Great Britain. It is wrong today and it was wrong 60 years. No true British person would use the NHS so those people who take advantage of the state by using the service are Anti British and need to be named and shamed."

The health secretary Jeremy Hunt said in a statement. "I of course agree with the Mail's position and I hope that we can bring in a change in the law so that people who use the NHS can be named and shamed."

However Quentin Letts one of the most high profile writers at the 'Mail' said "I don't think this goes far enough. We need also to publish the names and addresses of all the people who work for the NHS. They are effectively sponging from the state and by accepting that work they are extremely Anti British. People should be able to publicly shame them and block them from getting housing or soaclising with true British people."

The Mayor of London Boris Johnson who is the 'Daily Mail's' choice as next Tory leader said "Well I hope Dave will pull his finger out on this. If wasn't for the mealy mouthed Liberal Democrats we could have abolished the NHS in its current form and brought in true competitive heath care that is only for those who can afford it."

The Mail are also planning to print of a full page poster montage of what they see as True British People. Including Oswald Mosley, William Joyce, Enoch Powell and of course Margaret Thatcher.

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