For example, the botched NHS reforms have created two new levels of bureaucracy. It is interesting that at the time that the government were trying to push through the hideous monster of a bill that was the Health and Social Care Bill their main justification was that it would cut bureaucracy, yet their favourite management consultancy firm was saying the opposite.
Health Service Journal have published the results of a Freedom of Information request on the communications between Matthew Kershaw (Department of Health Director of Provider Delivery) and the main private providers (pdf). If you set aside that the emails read like a bunch of giggly teenagers trying to set up a blind date for a love-lorn friend ("this is fun!!!", "brilliant - it works!"), there are more serious concerns.
The document includes a slide deck from an event that McKinsey provided for stakeholders in London (the GLA, councils and NHS organisations). In this deck is a slide that compares the NHS before the Bill with the NHS after the Bill: