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Tory health plans buried

28th June 2008

At the end of June the Conservative Party announced its plans to change the NHS. The timing was presumably chosen to trump the government and any announcements it would make to coincide with the 60th birthday of the NHS, not least the long awaited Darzi review.

Despite promising to "scrap" the governments "top down" approach and preoccupation with targets - announcements that would normally be music to the ears of NHS staff - it actually contained a number of targets in itself.

But the story was a one day wonder. Strangely, it was one of the least read articles on hc2d in the last week and attracted very little comment in the press. I wonder why?


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Title: Tory health plans buried
Author: Chris May
Article Id: 7347
Date Added: 28th Jun 2008


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