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General Election: East Midlands candidates on health

Health and the NHS has taken centre stage in campaigning for the General Election 2015.

Conservative candidate for Rushcliffe, Ken Clarke, warns it is not all about money while Labour's Liz Kendall, candidate for Leicester West said they would invest more to pay for extra doctors and nurses.

Candidate for Derby North, Tilly Ward, said UKIP would cut down on health tourism while Zuffar Haq, standing for Harborough, said the Liberal Democrats would improve mental health services.

BBC East Midlands Today's Rob Sissons reports.

  • 08 Apr 2015
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