Health 14 October 2011 This is why no-one trusts you, doctor tells Lansley Dr Phil Hammond hammers the Health Secretary on <em>Question Time</em>. Print HTML Dr Phil Hammond, the comedian and GP, told Andrew Lansley exactly what he thinks of his health reforms in a heated exchange on last night's Question Time. "It's absolutely impossible to understand it, it is unreadable, there's no narrative, there's no convincing story," he says, as the Health Secretary mumbles. Hammond criticises Lansley's obsession with competition, pointing out that the word competition appears 86 times in the bill, while co-operation appear four times, and integration and collaboration do not appear once. The Health Secretary is probably used to coming under fire by now, but still appears lost for words. Hat-tip: Left Foot Forward › US Press: pick of the papers Samira Shackle is a freelance journalist, who tweets @samirashackle. She was formerly a staff writer for the New Statesman. Subscribe More Related articles Inside Big Ben: why the world’s most famous clock will soon lose its bong Jeremy Corbyn appoints Shami Chakrabarti to lead inquiry into Labour and antisemitism Is our obsession with class propping up the powerful?