PMQs: Cameron and Blenkinsop on numbers of NHS nurses

The prime minister rejected the claim from Labour MP Tom Blenkinsop that there are 2,500 fewer nurses in the NHS today than in 2010.

David Cameron said there are 3,000 more nurses and 8,000 more doctors under the coalition government. And he told MPs that NHS was "performing well because we have put the money in made the reforms"

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