Does the Secretary of State accept that members of the British Medical Association in Bradford voted by a large majority against the establishment of the Bradford health trust? Does he agree that the cuts announced so far—a £7 million cut and 300 redundancies—have done nothing to allay those doctors' anxiety?
Will the right hon. Gentleman now agree to open the books? Will he allow the publication of the business plan and the Coopers and Lybrand Deloitte financial report, and will he allow the Select Committee on Health, which is to interview the chief executive and the chairman next week, to question both officials fully and thoroughly about evidence that is published and available to them?