Opposition day debate on the future of the NHS

10 May 2011

Shadow Secretary of State for Health, John Healey, moved an Opposition Day debate in the House of Commons on Monday 9 May on the future of the NHS

MPs discussed Government proposals for NHS reorganisation and the pause for further consultation in the progress of the Health and Social Care Bill.

Minister of State for the Department of Health, Simon Burns, responded on behalf of the Government.

Watch and read the views expressed by MPs during the debate on Parliament TV and in Commons Hansard.

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