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Britons are ready to talk about NHS funding

But will politicians give them the opportunity?

By Harry Evans  

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An Ipsos MORI poll in March placed health care second only to Brexit as the key issue for voters in the general election. What’s more, the NHS tops the list of what makes us most proud to be British: potentially important in an election where many issues are likely to be refracted through the prism of national identity. But when Ipsos MORI surveyed 23 countries in a recent study, it found that the British are the most pessimistic about the future of health care. Only 8…

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