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But, the Prime Minister tells BBC Breakfast, patients will be able to go to private providers if they are, for example, speedier. Treatment will remain free, he promises.
Osborne wants bank shares for the many and not just the few
Theresa May: It's not for the Government to tell women what to wear
WATCH: Boris tells Labour London Assembly member Andrew Dismore to "Get Stuffed"
The economy is "turning a corner", says George Osborne
David Cameron: "A political settlement is the only way to a stable, inclusive and democratic Syria"
There's "no simple solution" to the A&E situation, argues Anna Soubry
The G20 discussions about Syria were "heavy going", says Hague
Cameron's patriotic speech set to music, courtesy of Guido
IDS: "I lost faith in the ability of the civil servants to be able manage this programme"
The situation would have to change "very significantly", says Philip Hammond, for there to be a second Syria vote
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Chris Menzies on Boris Johnson: "The sooner that we find a way of getting Mr Qatada to Jordan... the better"
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