However someone's just told me that Rob Wilson, the Reading East MP, has displayed his questionable judgement by claiming that he had turned down a job in the Whips office (admittedly a thankless task given the current divided state of the Conservative party at the moment) to move with Jeremy Hunt from media to health.
He didn't act as a check or good advisor on Hunt during his tenure as media secretary and I doubt he will at health given his very public support for the health 'reforms'. But at least it means that people in Reading, especially in the East, will be able to put their views on the health service to someone in a position of power.
I hope he will take note of the massive public outcry there has already been on the NHS. If he doesn't we in Reading will be able to hold him to account.
He might want to watch the speed at which the new 38degrees petition on the NHS is growing.
From now until - as Dennis Skinner said today in PMQs - Cameron does the decent thing and calls an election we will be holding both Alok Sharma and Rob Wilson to account on the damage they are doing to the economy, our health service and housing.
After that we will do all we can to make sure they are down the job centre, where their government have consigned so many of our young people.