This ‘natural break’ is an opportunity to develop a genuinely patient-centred NHS

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The coalition’s ‘listening exercise’ shows that Cameron and his ministers know they do not have the votes to push the reforms through Parliament in their current shape. They might do better if they radically rethink their proposals, argues Institute for Public Policy Research senior research fellow for health Phil McCarvill.

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