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When asked about the NHS and the Prime Minister?s speech on seven-day-services, the PMOS said the proposals were part of a wider need for reform and change in the way the NHS operates, in for example the piloting of seven day GP access. Simon Stevens had already set out a programme for changing the way the NHS delivers its services through his Five Year Forward View, a programme the government was committed to meeting, the PMOS added.

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