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During the recent general election, the NHS featured as one of the most important political issues in the public mind. Indeed, Ipsos MORI found that it polled significantly higher than even the army or the monarchy as the institution which made people most proud to be British.1 Clearly, it’s the ‘National’ in the ‘National Health Service’ that resonates: not only is the NHS a safety net, but it’s free at the point of use for all, and is available regardless of means or any other discriminatory variable. And yet this national service has always been shaped by the judgement of […]
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