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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> NEWS: Greens dismayed at PFI success
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Green Party in England and Wales

Greens dismayed at PFI success

Go-ahead for private-financing of St Bartholomew's and the Royal London
Hospitals Refurbishment

The Green Party is dismayed that the new hospital for St Bart's will be
funded by the Government's Finance Initiative and will be the largest PFI
hospital to date. Whilst the hospital is urgently needed, funding through
PFI will simply increase future deficits in the NHS and involve selling off
more assets to the private sector. Other PFI hospitals are running into real
financial problems due to the interest repayments required by private
companies as opposed to government funding. Unlike the Tories, Labour and
Liberal Democrats, The Green Party are fundamentally opposed to the Private
Finance Initiative and call upon the Government to provide direct NHS
funding from the Treasury.

Stuart Jeffery, Green Party Health Spokesperson, comments, "PFI is an
accounting fiddle: it uses money for patient care to repay the loan to
private companies, rather than drawing on a separate building budget. PFI
schemes have been shown to be more expensive time and time again, yet this
government wants to sell as much of the NHS to the private sector as
possible. It is incredible that with the announcement of Sir Nigel Crisp's
departure yesterday under the cloud of financial crisis, this government
immediately decides to sign up to a scheme that will increase costs."

"PFI is not only bad news from a financial perspective. It imposes on the
operational flexibilities needed to run an ever changing service by locking
the NHS into very long contracts. Clinicians working in PFI hospitals have
complained that the constraints imposed by PFI impact negatively on patient
care. PFI is bad news for patients and tax payers - Bart's needs proper
public funding, not the sacrifice of patient care."






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