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Poll suggests publis uncovinced by planned NHS reforms

A poll commissioned for BBC Radio 5 live suggests almost a third of people questioned do not trust politicians from any party to run the NHS in England.

A thousand people took part in the survey at the weekend that says four out of five people in England do not think think the Government has done enough to explain planned changes to the NHS.

It also found that more people trust Labour when it comes to the health service than the Conservatives.

BBC Radio 5 live's Victoria Derbyshire spoke to health correspondent Jane Dreaper about the findings.

To hear other 5 live interviews, please visit the best bits page.

  • 21 Feb 2012
  • From the section Health