This time he’s here to talk about the NHS crisis and discuss the best way to fix it with a 33-year-old junior doctor.
Breakfast describes Maclellan as being somebody who “loves the NHS”, and the purpose of the segment is to help people decide which party is best suited to cure the NHS crisis.
Throughout the interview, Gordon consistently uses classic Tory talking points and the usual ridiculous defenses of their carving up of the NHS, at one point he defends the Tories cuts by saying:
people died in my day too
So, who is this Gordon Maclellan? And why does he always seem to keen to defend the Tories?
Well, this is the part the BBC would rather you didn’t know.
Dr Gordon MacLellan worked as a Private Orthopaedic consultant for the Nuffield Health Brentwood Hospital for 33 years.
The BBC should be utterly ashamed of themselves.