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MPs debate the Government's controversial plans for reorganising the health service in England.
Labour attacks the proposal to hand a large part of the health budget to GPs demanding fundamental change to the legislation.
The debate comes as the Royal College of GPs says the Bill risks "unravelling and dismantling" the NHS in England.
The Home Secretary defends the coalition's plan for elected police commissioners, while lawyers give MPs their view of moves to end "libel tourism".
Susan Hulme and team report on today's events in Parliament.