Safe in his hands5th October 2006
David Cameron, in a closing speech at the Conservative Party Conference in Bournemouth, said that "the NHS is safe in his hands".
Mr Cameron said that Labour had mismanaged the health service and that he would be 'taking to the streets with a campaign to stop the cuts'.
The Conservative leader said the NHS was one of the 20th Century's greatest achievements, adding that Tony Blair explained his priorities in three words: education, education, education". Mr Cameron said that he could do it in three letters "NHS".
Mr Cameron, whose son is severely disabled with cerebral palsy, said that the NHS was precious. He promised that there would be 'no more pointless and disruptive reorganisations', instead it would be "driven by the wishes and needs of NHS professionals and patients".
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