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Fixing the NHS

It’s hard to imagine a Britain without free healthcare. A country with hospitals all individually run by local councils or charities and general practitioners (GPs) who send you a bill for their services. One in which the poor might not seek treatment for coughs, cholera or cancer due to the potential embarrassment of not being able to pay for it.

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By Megan Boxall,
16 June 2017

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