PMQs: Cameron defends government's NHS reforms

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The prime minister has defended the government's NHS reforms during Prime Minister's Questions, saying they had the support of thousands of GPs across the country.

The Labour leader, Ed Miliband said Mr Cameron was complacent and "out of touch" with feelings in the NHS.

But Mr Cameron said the NHS had improved since the last election.

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