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1419099573_8e125dc1c7_b.jpg?profile=RESIZE_710xRational and evidence-based debate rather than surface-level approaches have been urged

The head of the organisation representing NHS trusts has called for parties to avoid “cheap political slogans” about health during the general election campaign, and instead engage in a rational debate about the best way to fund and manage the service.

Chris Hopson, the chief executive of NHS Providers, stressed that his organisation was politically neutral and not seeking to criticise any one party.


The Guardian

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