NHS reforms

August 2010 seems a long time ago. Yet that was the first time we learned of Andrew Lansley's proposals to shake up the NHS in exactly the kind of top-down reorganisation the Tories had promised would not take place on their watch. The coalition has insisted the reforms are necessary, but have been forced to contend with intense opposition from health workers and their representatives. The result? One of the most drawn-out legislative struggles of recent times.


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