NHS: Richard Taylor on new National Health Action Party

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Former MP Richard Taylor explained how the newly-formed National Health Action Party would decide which seats to target for its 2015 general election aiming to get MPs into Parliament.

He said it would be "very careful not to split the vote" and hurt the chances of candidates sympathetic to its aims to reverse some of the coalition changes to NHS services in England.

He debated with Labour's Karl Turner, Conservative Jake Berry and Liberal Democrat Tessa Munt on what the party may, or may not, achieve.

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