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I very much welcome the agreement that has been reached.
It is estimated that a third of patients in acute hospitals could be better treated elsewhere, for instance at home, and in east Kent our
What progress his Department has made on delivery of the NHS five year forward view.
Like many other Members of this House, I welcome amendment 87B, as a more thoughtful articulation of the widespread desire to help unacco
I am going to be very brief, because others want to speak. My second point is that we must make absolutely sure that we avoid the pull.
If we ask any patients about their experience in hospital, one thing they are sure to talk about is the nurses who looked after them.
I think we are all agreed on the need for more nurses; the question is how we fund them. Will the hon.
I congratulate my hon. Friend the Member for Bristol North West (Charlotte Leslie) on her thoughtful opening speech.