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Labour

Miliband announces £2.5bn NHS 'time to care fund'

23-Sep-2014 | By

Labour party leader Ed Miliband today announced it would introduce a “£2.5bn NHS Time to Care Fund”, increasing health service funding at a greater rate than at present, if he formed a government next year.

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