Burnham under fire on flu advice
Health Secretary Andy Burnham will outline plans for a swine flu advice service later amid criticism government in-fighting delayed its launch.
MPs will be updated on the National Pandemic Flu Service in England which is due to go live on Thursday.
The Liberal Democrats say government departments' in-fighting led to the hotline being launched six months late.
Speaking to the BBC, Mr Burnham denied that conflicting advice had been issued to pregnant women over swine flu.
Its a case of create panic for political goals, someone is out to make some money, some organizations want an improved budgets. The main factor is all this damn hype has become stupid and this H1N1 swine flue is weaker and milder than the normal human flue. The point is clear they can not stop people being infected. Keeping away from crowds is no good just one person can pass it on to another.
Washing your hands no good the virus is mostly airborne if someone catches the virus in the family such as a pregnant woman's husband who needs to work and possibly catch it easily within the work space.
People have to face the fact this mild flue is loose and the panic is un-warranted people also can die through catching a cold and unfortunately its the way things are. However there are those that want to get people panicking, some for political and unknown reasons.
The advice from the babel-fish is "Don't Panic"