This review is from: Never Again?: The Story of the Health and Social Care Act 2012 - A Study in Coalition Government and Policy Making (Paperback)
I increasingly find politics a bore, even in relation to health and economic policy. Timmins's Never Again? precludes my usual reaction, providing a lucid and engaging narrative. The story guides us through the Act's conception, rejection, amendment and assent, identifying the key players from academia and Westminster along the way. The book enables you to leave your political inclinations at the door, and at times I found myself sympathising with Lansley! It also provides a nice overview of the ultimate nature of the Act at the end of its tumultuous journey; something I struggled to figure out at the time.
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