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Labour accused Government 'inaction' of damaging NHS

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Labour accused Government 'inaction' of damaging NHS

Labour accused Government 'inaction' of damaging NHS

Shadow Health Secretary Wes Streeting calls on the Prime Minister to 'get a grip' on the issues prompting strike action among NHS staff.

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