A PENSIONERS' campaigner who publicly hit out at proposed hospital changes has voted YES to them.
But now Noreen Logan says the Huddersfield Public and Patient Involvement Forum's vote does not fully reflect her views.
Mrs Logan, chairman of the Huddersfield and District Pensioners' Association, has spoken out at marches and protests since the public consultation began more than three months ago.
In one speech to supporters she blasted out this rallying cry: "We protest most strongly against all of these proposals, but particularly of gynaecology and orthopaedics going to Halifax."
And Mrs Logan has said on numerous occasions in the media that she was opposed to all the proposals, which include moving some maternity gynaecological, children's and surgical services to Calderdale Royal Hospital, in Halifax.
But an Examiner investigation has revealed she was not willing to oppose the forum's belief that only maternity should be saved.
Three other members - Jane Woodage, David Thompson and Robert Tomlinson - refused to put their name to the report.
Now Mrs Logan has turned on the PPI Forum, saying she is considering resigning.
She said: "There are some strong parts of the report. Most of those strong views are mine.
"The view the report outlines is that of a group of people and not just me. If I had written it the report would have been a lot different.
"Clearly the way the PPI works is flawed. It is too complicated and not clear to the public."
The report, The Response to the Looking to the Future Consultation, was written by chairman Peter Bradshaw and collated from the views of the members.
But it caused so much bickering between the voluntary group that three members refused to be associated with it. One has since resigned.
Mr Bradshaw said: "In simple terms, we oppose maternity moving and agree the rest. But it is not as simple as that.
"There are some very strong conditions and fears we have and we want those addressing. That must not be forgotten."
But Mrs Logan said she does believe services should stay in Huddersfield and has not turned her back on the campaign.
"Everyone who knows me and has heard the speeches I have made will be clear about what my beliefs are," she said.
"I am sorry if this report has confused anybody. But I was not willing to dissociate myself from the report and therefore associate myself with the other three.
"I believe their stance was very unhelpful. They were adamant they did not want the changes, but had no ideas to back that up."
Mrs Logan said she would now wait until a final decision was made about the changes before considering her position on the PPI Forum.