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The Care Bill, and the notorious ‘hospital closure clause’ makes its way through the Committee Stage in parliament this week.
Last year only half of London NHS Trusts were able to ensure 95 per cent of patients attending A&Es were treated within four hours.
Foreigners stealing our NHS jobs? There is another, sinister, side to the story of migrant workers in the UK, and when it comes to health workers the story is tragic.
Who could disagree with the secretary of state’s outrage at the extortionate salaries some NHS staff are earning?
Tories wrong on NHS in Wales – new survey reveals extensive support for health service under Labour government
So often in the House of Commons and elsewhere Conservative ministers have been quick to attack the Welsh government for cutting spending on the NHS and presiding over what they argue has been a deteriorating health service.
The government will try and blame the failure of Mid-Staffordshire NHS Trust on the NHS. The public won’t buy it.
David Cameron campaigned on a personal commitment to the NHS, however the coalition government is not living up to its promises to protect its budget.