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NHS workers attack Cameron

21st June 2007
Health workers  at a Unison Conference in yesterday attacked Conservative leader David Cameron for the "crocodile tears" over the NHS.   Delegates at the annual conference accused him of "brazen opportunism" and of exploiting the current problems in the NHS. The Brighton conference agreed a motion attacking the Conservatives health policies and warning that they would push the service further into "markert madness".

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Article Information

Title: NHS workers attack Cameron
Author: Anne Waller
Article Id: 3204
Date Added: 21st Jun 2007


Birmingham Post

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