Dr Louise Irvine
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National Health Action Party on Cameron NHS policies

David Cameron is "presiding over a system which will lead to deaths", said a candidate standing in May's European elections.

The National Health Action Party's Dr Louise Irvine claimed the prime minister had been "reckless with our health service", but added that she did not think he was a killer.

On the Daily Politics, Andrew Neil asked her about candidate Rufus Hound, who said in a blog "David Cameron and Jeremy Hunt want your kids to die unless you are rich", and if she regretted the words.

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  • 31 Jan 2014
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