A key section of the UK’s socialised medical system has been exposed as awarding healthcare contracts based on scores determined by the far-left LGBTQ+ charity Stonewall rather than product or care quality.
Contracts worth millions of pounds sterling are being awarded to companies that support the controversial Stonewall charity’s leftist sex and gender philosophy, according to leaked documents from the Lewisham and Greenwich National Health Service (NHS) Trust in London.
“The outcome of this is the NHS might accept a tender from a company offering an inferior product or a higher price based on Stonewall membership,” a whistle blower from the trust revealed to broadsheet The Telegraph.
“To put it another way, the NHS is willing to compromise on patient care to promote Stonewall. It is worth pointing out these are very large and important contracts worth multiple millions of pounds over many years for winning companies.”
The anonymous whistle blower stated the hope that the revelation will push the NHS to revert to “placing people’s health ahead of virtue signalling and political campaigning.”
“A publicly financed service is currently forcing private companies to donate money to a misogynistic far-left political organisation.”
Despite the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) ending its relationship with the far-left charity last year, the NHS trust gave prospective companies 35 questions from the “Stonewall UK Workplace Equality Index” on “diversity and inclusion strategies,” according to documents provided to the broadsheet.
The survey asks if the organisation has a “transitioning” policy for transgender employees, as well as policies prohibiting “discrimination, bullying, and harassment based on sexual orientation or gender identity.”
It then asks if the company has joined Stonewall’s “equality index,” implying that the health service is effectively encouraging businesses to join the organisation. It’s likely that other NHS trusts are using the same questionnaire because it looks to be a standard template, according to the whistleblower.
In order to achieve the standards of their equality index, Stonewall has previously been proven to demand that organisations refrain from using gendered phrases like “mother.”
Last week, the NHS also controversially removed references to “women” from online information pages for female illnesses such womb and cervical cancers.