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September 28, 2006


Peter T

One can argue forever about how to improve or run the NHS. If you are on the left of politics then the responsibility of the state is paramount. If one takes a more "right wing" influenced point of view then far more options are open to be explored.

What I believe is a necessity is that, even if the government is going to provide the funding, it does not need to run the service. By involving itself in the running of the NHS the government brings to the process rigidity, inflexibility, interference and a lack of adventure. These are harmful contributions.

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