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Cameron pledges to make NHS ‘seven-day’ service in five years

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Anonymous | 4-Apr-2015 11:28 am The fact that any attempt to introduce 'a 24-hour service' into the NHS is fraught with the possibility of dangerously messing things up, might be obvious to you, and it is obvious to me, but it is by no means clear that it is obvious to politicians - Lansley's reforms, for example ! Assuming that the politicians in question, do not have 'a hidden objective' [and do understand the real consequences of their actions]. Besides, even many people who really should know better, often miss the obvious - for example: http://www.dignityincare.org.uk/Discuss_and_debate/Discussion_forum/?obj=viewThread&threadID=757&forumID=45

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4 April, 2015

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1:36 pm

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