Health Headlines: Lansley denies quit rumours, NHS pensions and public health campaigns

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Lansley denies quit rumours – Guardian
Downing Street has denied rumours that health secretary Andrew Lansley will quit if the Health Bill is radically amended.
Andrew Lansley will not quit over health reforms, says Downing Street


NHS pensions – The Daily Telegraph
NHS executives have accumulated pension pots worth more than £2.5m, it has been claimed.
NHS 'pension millionaire executives retiring with gold-plated payouts'


Public health campaigns – BBC
The government has announced funding for new public health campaigns, despite a previous freeze on all marketing and advertising.
New Department of Health campaigns funded

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