Nick Cohen, Labour Deputy Candidates and the NHS

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In the first part of our daily "Best of Yesterday" for Wednesday 30 author and journalist Nick Cohen defends his book, What's Left: How Liberals Lost Their Way in the face of Yasmin Alibhai-Brown's impassioned criticism.

Then, the Vox Politix panel discuss the performance of the six hopefuls for the position of Deputy Leader of the Labour Party on Newsnight. Who is now the frontrunner, did the chipmunk say anything meaningful and did they manage to avoid sounding exactly like each other?

We end with the panel discussing the role of the NHS and whether it actually provides us with a better health system than a private one would. Should it remain one of the state bastions of British life?

You can watch all of our programmes 24 hours a day from our On Demand Player at:

http://doughty.gdbtv.com/

1 comment

typtical labour policy:the public dont have a choice.i didnt want harman as deputy.did i vote for her? "oh we must choose a women" they said "to be deputy pm or even better wouldve been a gay handicapped shemale feminist muslim with a obsessive compulsive disorder" rolled into one.that wouldve made the pc brigade very happy
By togomaster 8 years ago