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Cameron renews NHS funding pledge

David Cameron has used his first major speech since the election to underline government plans to expand seven-day services in the NHS in England.

He committed to a pre-election pledge to increase budgets by at least £8bn a year by 2020, during his speech at a GP surgery in the West Midlands.

Doctors' representatives said without detail the announcement was "empty headline-grabbing".

Hugh Pym reports.

  • 18 May 2015
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