NHS changes 'unavoidable and urgent' says David Cameron
Prime Minister David Cameron has made a robust defence of the government's controversial plans to reform the NHS in England.
He told Tory activists he did not mind taking "a bit of a hit" on the issue. The need for change was "unavoidable and urgent," he said, and claimed the NHS was in "the party's DNA - and that's not going to change".
03 Mar 2012
- From the section UK Politics