A report in tomorrow's Guardian says:
It is ... expected that the influential Conservative Home website, seen as the voice of the party grassroots, will publish an editorial on Friday calling for the bill to be dropped altogether. It is understood that Conservative Home has been urged to make the call by three cabinet members who believe David Cameron is not listening on the issue.
One source said: "We have almost been instructed to write this." It is extraordinary that cabinet members feel so frustrated at the political deadlock that they have resorted to urging Conservative Home to raise the flag of rebellion.The report also says that "plans are being laid for a call for it to be scrapped at the Liberal Democrat spring conference".
I analysed the difficulties this bill has run to in a post earlier today. But as I also say there, we Liberal Democrats need to think what we want to do with the NHS now we are in power.
Clue: Leave it however Labour left it will not do as an answer.