Lansley remains defiant as pressure grows over competition

Andrew Lansley at Confed 2009

An embattled Andrew Lansley makes a staunch defence of the importance of greater competition in the NHS this week, as Liberal Democrat peers pressed to further reduce its importance in the Health Bill.

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