Ed Miliband said the NHS reforms would be David Cameron's poll tax
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Ed Miliband: NHS will be 'Cameron's poll tax'

The Prime Minister and Labour leader Ed Miliband have clashed in the House of Commons over the government's plans to reform the NHS in England.

Mr Miliband said the NHS reforms would be David Cameron's poll tax, however Mr Cameron labelled Labour "rank opportunists".

The party has called a special Commons debate, urging ministers to publish a confidential Whitehall document, which outlines the risks of the proposed changes.

Robin Brant reports.

  • 22 Feb 2012
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