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DEBATE: Financial investment in NHS reform

Updated Friday, 23rd January 2015

Max Pemberton claims that 200 MPs voting on the 2012 NHS reform had a financial interest in its passing. What are your views on this?

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Max Pemberton claimed in an article in BMJ that 200 MPs who were voting on the 2012 NHS reform also had a financial interest in its passing. What do you think the truth around these figures is? Do you think MPs with financial and vested interests should be able to vote on these matters? Do you think the public should be made more aware of these situations? Use the comments facility below to have your say. 




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