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    David Cameron notoriously claimed at the April 2014  Welsh Tory Spring Conference that Offa’s Dyke had become “the line between life and death” due to the performance of the Welsh NHS. However fortunately for the truth and honest debate, almost to the day the Nuffield Trust published its comparative study “The four health systems of the United Kingdom; how do they compare?”. It reported :- However, this latest study ….. reveals that while there are few indicators on which a devolved country does better than England or its North East region, the performance gap between England and the rest of the UK has […]
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    This is a discussion paper, part of the process of formulating a policy position for the Association to present to the Labour Party.  It hasn’t been agreed by anyone, as it’s cobbled together from various suggestions by our members but we invite comments.  Principles We start with the repeal of the Health and Social Care Act.  One way might be to introduce an “Owen” type Bill on day 1.  Consult on our 10 year plan whilst developing the necessary legislation to fully enact what we agree – bring in a Bill after year. Almost certainly there will be no more […]
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