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That this House welcomes news that exemptions from corporation tax for private healthcare providers have been ruled out by NHS regulator Monitor; opposes tax exemptions for private healthcare providers in any form; is determined that any private company seeking to make a profit from the provision of NHS services must be expected to pay taxes on that profit in full like any other company; and calls on the Government to ensure that it does not adopt any measures which would introduce tax exemptions for private healthcare providers of any kind.
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