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Government concerns over NHS shake-up

The government has acknowledged there are genuine concerns about the NHS shake-up in England amid accusations the policy is in chaos.

The Health Secretary, Andrew Lansley, told MPs he planned to carry out more consultation over the bill which is the largest piece of health legislation since the NHS was created.

Under the proposals, primary care trusts would be abolished and groups of GPs would decide which medical services to buy.

Nick Robinson reports.

  • 04 Apr 2011
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