NHS risk register
Update: Another Liberal Democrat MP has joined calls for the Government to release the "risk register" for the NHS.
Redcar MP Ian Swales said: "I feel that this is such a big change that any information that exists and any assessments that have been made should be made available to those who are both expected to approve the change and also those expected to implement the change."
Speaking about the wider NHS overhaul, said he remained supportive of the Health and Social Care Bill in terms of giving GPs powers to commission services.
But the Lib Dem MP said: "The Government has so far failed to spell out the difficult job of implementation of change management.
"This failure means that opponents of the Bill are able to write scaremongering stories because there is too little hard information on what the changes really mean."
It comes after I interviewed Labour MP Grahame Morris yesterday who has been spearheading backbench efforts to force the Government to publish the NHS risk register.
He has tabled an early day motion urging Health Secretary Andrew Lansley to release the document - and won backing from dozens of MPs, including Liberal Democrats such as Ian Swales.
But how is this for interesting? Mr Morris added: "A number of Tory MPs have indicated privately that they believe the register should be published complying with [information commissioner] Christopher Graham's direction of the Secretary of State.
"But they are unwilling to sign the EDM for political reasons. But they have made representations to Andrew Lansley, the Health Secretary, some of them have had meetings with him urging him to publish."
It comes after a Tory MP came out in public on the issue. To read click here
Mr Morris also claimed that failure to publish could potentially amount to the biggest political "cover-up" of a generation. Watch the video below: