» Monday, May 14, 2012

NHS reforms

Asked for a reaction to claims from the Royal College of Nurses that 61,000 NHS jobs were at risk, the PMS said that we did not recognise those figures.

Asked whether the PM was concerned by the issues raised by the Royal College of Nurses, the PMS said that the PM had been clear that he wanted to work with healthcare professionals to reform the NHS. We were protecting the NHS budget but could not stand still given the challenges of an ageing population and the rising cost of health treatments.

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