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Charities urge Cameron to boost NHS and social care

Prime Minister David Cameron must take "bold" action over growing pressures on health and social care, charities say.

Almost 40 organisations, including Macmillan Cancer Support and Marie Curie, want an independent commission to review how the system works.

The Department of Health said it would be investing £10bn into the NHS.

NHS Confederation chair and ex-health secretary Stephen Dorrell says a cross-party review is needed for the future of the health service.

  • 09 Jan 2016
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