PM Cameron puts focus on reforms 'legacy'

Prime Minister David Cameron will set out his determination to modernise Britain's public services during 2011, in a key speech later.

Mr Cameron will say he wants reform to be a legacy of his government, despite planned spending cuts of £81bn.

But Nigel Edwards, Acting Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation, which represents hospitals and primary care trusts, says there is an element of risk to these changes

Gary O'Donoghue reports.

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