PMQs: Cameron and Miliband on support for NHS reforms

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David Cameron and Ed Miliband traded lists over who supports the coalition plans for the NHS in England at prime minister's questions.

Mr Cameron reeled off a list of names - including Labour supporters and former ministers - and accused the opposition of a "totally opportunistic position".

But Mr Miliband said some of those on the prime minister's list had spoken out against the bill and denied they supported the plans.

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