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Conference season policy special: the Heath Service

Conference season is here, and Brexit will dominate. But none of the gritty policy questions have gone away. Prospect asked politicians to set out what they have to say on the practical issues—here, we tackle the NHS

Everyone needs medicine!

How can we keep on paying for the NHS?

The money question

Jay Elwes  Executive Editor of Prospect

The Conservatives have a new, young, thrusting health Secretary: Matthew Hancock, the first Secretary of State in history to have his own eponymous app. He cuts a different figure to his predecessor, Jeremy Hunt, who lasted longer in the job than anyone in history. Hancock has set out plans for a major NHS tech upgrade. He’s also bringing out an NHS app, where patients can book appointments, order prescriptions…

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