The Prime Minister IS being asked to sack Sir David Henshaw as Chair of the North West Regional Health Authority.
And here is the proof....
From : 10 Downing Street
Sent : 11 April 2007 15:14:46
To : firstname.lastname@example.org
Subject : Your petition to the Prime Minister has been approved
Your petition has been approved by the Number 10 web team, and is now available on the Number 10 website at the following address:
Your petition reads:
We the undersigned petition the Prime Minister to remove Sir David Henshaw as Chair of the North West Strategic Regional Health Authority
Thanks for submitting your petition.
-- the ePetitions team----
Thank YOU, Tony, (pictured above, with halo and describing what he would like to do with Henshaw's balls, ed)
So our last post got it wrong (alright, that's enough humble pie, ed) - there now exists a very public Number 10 petition calling for Henshaw to be sacked.
And you have the next six months to sign it! Click on this link PETITION TO GET RID OF HENSHAW
We are under no illusions about what will happen when the petition closes in October.
Prime Minister Brown/Miliband's cards have already been well and truly marked about Sir Diddy thanks to some excellent briefing by Labour MPs,.
However, he will nevertheless publically say he can't interfere and Henshaw's appointment was made by some mysterious non-political cabal of the great and the good.
The new PM might even splutter that Sir Diddy is an upstanding public servant - we have come to expect that sort of ill-informed and misplaced judgement from politicians who should know better (Work and Pensions Secretary John Hutton, MP, for example, ed)
And greedy Sir Diddy will continue to live richly off the public money he has stolen.
So if nothing will happen to greedy Sir Diddy, why have we posted this petition on the Number 10 web site?
To expose Henshaw to as big an audience as possible.
To make him squirm with humiliation, irritation and embarrassment.
And to ensure that he now knows he cannot get away with treating people the way he did in Liverpool, without personal repercussions on his own head (which will continue, ed)
It is this public exposure to his peers which hurts Henshaw most.
It doesn't matter whether just one person or one hundred sign the petition (but we would like as many people as possible to do so, ed).
The very fact that the petition exists on the Downing Street web site is enough to damage Henshaw.
Enough to make him think twice in future.
Enough to strike a blow for truth, justice and democracy.
And enough to bring another moral victory for the legendary Tony Parrish.
(Now, what are we gonna do about that bastard, McElhinney? ed)
Sir David Henshaw
Dr David McElhinney