During Prime Minister’s questions, Mr Milliband stated that in newspaper articles published this week, the British Medical Association, Royal College of GPs and Midwives had still “all rejected your bill”. Nevertheless, Mr Cameron insisted that “now you’ve got the Royal College of GPs, the physicians, the nurses, people working in the health service supporting the changes we’re making”.
The Royal College of Nursing has issued a statement saying it still has “very serious concerns” whilst the Royal College of GPs said it was “extremely worried” about some aspects. The health bill was cleared at its Common stages with approval by 65 MPs, despite criticism from some Liberal Democrats as well as Labour. The bill will now progress to the House of Lords where opposition is expected.
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