Health Headlines: Return to 1930s NHS, research boost and private competition

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Return to 1930s NHS – Daily Telegraph
The government’s NHS reforms will return medical care to the standards of the 1930s and 40s, a leading doctor has warned.
NHS reforms will return health service to 1930s

Research boost - BBC
The government has announced funding worth £775m for research that ministers say will directly benefit NHS patients.
£775m health research funding 'to benefit NHS patients'

Private competition - Guardian
Dr Mark Porter warns that introducing competition means private firms will be able to cherrypick patients with easy complaints.
Health bill means service will be forced to compete with private firms

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