https://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/...zviSclyX21vZ5B_9Yc0jQEQYeU_jh5LE2WscA7Snaqyuc "A multimillionaire businessman whose company’s drug price rises have cost the NHS £50 million was appointed OBE in the new year’s honours list, The Times can reveal. Vijay Patel, 69, set up a company that exploited a loophole in health service rules to increase the price of old medicines for which it was the sole supplier by up to 2,500 per cent. The firm, Atnahs, raised the price of a packet of antidepressants from £5.71 to £154. An insomnia treatment now costs more than £138 instead of £12.10." No wonder May says it's going to take 10 years to get the NHS back on track. Does she mean by privatisation? Or are the Tories suddenly going to close all the legal loopholes that benefit their mates and donors?