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Opinion and Debate

Louise Park

NHS funding and politics: the public’s trust is not for sale

Will the parties’ spending pledges sway votes?

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Magnets to heal menopause symptoms

End Game: Library lols as health leaders slip up

An amusing election debate in a library reveals disparities within political parties, while magnets have the power to heal menopause symptoms

David Oliver

Fear mongering headlines can harm end of life care

It doesn’t promote discussion

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Jon Restell

Stamping down on pay belittles our top jobs

The Daily Mail putting the boot in makes NHS leadership harder

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Miliband and Burnham get tied up on the NHS front

End Game: No kidding, the NHS gets the youth vote

Every woman, man and child loves the NHS

Karen Middleton

Self-referral will help overcome the biggest challenges in primary care

It’s at risk of becoming the longest running pilot scheme in the NHS

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Why the Mail's 'NHS fat cats' story is so offensive

I was mightily offended by the Mail’s revelations

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Mike Adamson chief executive of British Red Cross

We need a common language to make prevention real

We don’t share the same ambition

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King's Fund

Main manifestos: Certainty is lacking in post-election prospects

Manifestos mask a need for pressure relief

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David Tredinnick end game moon whitehall

End Game: BMA's political golf is below par

The NHS isn’t a political ball to throw around

Ballot box

Who will pay for all these vague election promises?

Big numbers being bandied about may come back to bite us

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Mike Birtwistle

Health gambles could swing the election

NHS spending promises could turn the tables on the two main parties

Rob Findlay

The 18 week target success will only be short lived

Using short term measures means it won’t last

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End Game cartoon 10 April 2015

End Game: Healthcare is the new rock ‘n’ roll

A public health pop vulture and David Beckham’s birthplace

Your Humble Servant

Your Humble Servant: Five more years

Your Humble Servant on five more years

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So far the campaign trail is lined with hollow promises

Wishful thining and acrimony from the parties

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