Health Secretary Andrew Lansley: NHS will be stronger


Andrew Lansley was challenged on whether health changes in England would see improvements in care, reduced waiting times and no further major NHS reforms.

The health secretary said the controversy getting the Health and Social Care Bill through Parliament had not damaged his career, and he claimed the NHS was better funded than under Labour.

He spoke after a Sunday Politics film looked at its progress through both houses in Parliament.


Sunday Interview: Ed Balls

Sunday Interview: John Cridland

Sunday Interview: Iain Duncan Smith

Sunday Interview: Alex Salmond

Sunday Interview: Liam Fox

Sunday Interview: Michael Moore

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