Politics 3 June 2011 Friday caption competition The battle for the NHS. Sign up for our weekly email * Print HTML NHS, NHS, NHS. You'd be forgiven for thinking that the government does little else, for all the attention it's been getting. If it isn't Andrew Lansley throwing a hissy fit ("back me or sack me," he is said to have told the PM), it's Nick Clegg speaking out of turn or David Cameron mouthing bitchy comments about Lansley. It's like a soap opera without the sex and murder. Here are the three musketeers at a hospital in Frimley, England, which they visited as part of their "listening exercise". What are they saying? Answers below please. Last week's caption competition, "When David met Barack", is here. The winner: Gerry Tierney: For the last time; no, it isn't paint. Runners up: RayMan: Do you tango? ang: Obama: 'If you try to high-five me one more time, I swear, I'll kill you!' › Comments of the week Subscribe from just £1 per issue More Related articles Why isn't Labour putting forward Corbynite candidates? Europe's elections show why liberals should avoid fatalism Andy Burnham and Sadiq Khan are both slippery self-mythologisers – so why do we rate one more than the other?