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Health minister: We are in a better place this winter

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Health minister: We are in a better place this winter

Health minister: We are in a better place this winter

Health minister Maria Caulfield claims hospitals are “in a better place” this winter than last year as the prime minister meets with health service leaders today.

Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Steve Barclay are expected to hold talks with NHS leaders in 10 Downing Street to discuss plans for the winter season.

Report by Blairm.

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