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Coalition divided over NHS reforms

The government has fought off a Commons challenge to its controversial plans to shake up the health service in England. MPs rejected a Labour call for the proposals to be abandoned, but the coalition's parliamentary majority was cut by more than a third.

Ministers are promising "substantive" changes after criticism by Lib Dem MPs.

The BBC's deputy political editor James Landale reports on how the argument over the controversial NHS reforms is shaping the coalition in the wake of last week's election.