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Cameron clashes with Miliband over NHS spending

6th December 2012

Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour leader Ed Miliband have clashed in the House of Commons over NHS spending.

During Prime Minister’s Questions, Mr Cameron said there has been a ‘real-terms’ increase under the coalition and spending would go up in every year of this parliament, however Mr Miliband said this was did not represent “reality.” The UK Statistics Authority has upheld a complaint by Labour about government claims the NHS budget had increased in real-terms in the past two years. However, the Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition has disputed the findings.

 

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Article Information

Title: Cameron clashes with Miliband over NHS spending
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 23320
Date Added: 6th Dec 2012

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