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Cameron: 'Trust me'

7th June 2011

Prime Minister David Cameron has said that health service workers should "trust him" with the future reforms of the NHS.

The Prime Minister explained his "five guarantees" on what the future holds for the health service. He said too much was being paid out for "empty bureaucracy when it could be spent on the front line" and added that it had been right for the amount spent on the NHS over the past 20 years to go up "in real terms from £38bn to £103bn", but added: "Can we really say we're getting value for every pound that we spend?"

 

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