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Mayoral split over polyclinics

4th April 2008

The issue of GP polyclinics has divided the candidates in London's mayoral race - one month before the election.

Conservative candidate Boris Johnson opposes the idea and said it should be reconsidered. Brian Paddick for the Liberal Democrats is in favour of the plan. Ken Livingstone, for Labour, said: ‘Londoners will support proposals for high quality community-based services; but they will also want guaranteed safe and accessible local hospitals, not closures."





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Article Information

Title: Mayoral split over polyclinics
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 6228
Date Added: 4th Apr 2008

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