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Cameron: 'NHS an important organisation for our country'

Prime Minister David Cameron has defended his government's record as the parties take to the airwaves to set out their pitches for the general election.

Mr Cameron responded to Labour's latest attack over the NHS, saying he would commit the funds needed to shore up the service in the future.

Labour has said the NHS would be left "unrecognisable" if the Conservatives win the election.

Speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, Mr Cameron said the NHS was "not unaffordable".

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