I am sure that you will have noticed that activity on this blog has been somehwhat light of late.  However, that does not mean that there has been no NFR activity.

I have spent the past few months editing a major piece of NFR research that will be published later this year by the Institute of Economic Affairs.  This report is the centre piece of a major NFR campaign that will coinside with the sixieth anniversary of the NHS.

I have also been made a health fellow at the Adam Smith Institute and will speak at one of their major bi-annual Independent Seminar on the Open Society conferences on 1st July.

Finally, as part of the NFR transatlantic programme I will be participating in some recorded interviews that will be used to describe to American opinion formers the real problems of the NHS.