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Jeremy Hunt

I thought of Jeremy Hunt because of my personal interest in following politics. I believe it is interesting how the political discourse relates to people's individual experiences/ beliefs regarding the NHS i.e If labour had argued for the need to restructure mental health care or enforced a pay cap how would these have been received by public/ doctors?

Daniel Brennan

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http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/another-tory-minister-just-joined-11127882

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  1. The idea that our personal relationship to the NHS is inflected through our politics seems both obvious and interesting. It is something that certainly merits further investigation. And has this always been the case? There’s scope to begin testing this out through analysis of opinion poll data on views of whether the NHS is working well have been affected when Labour is in power.

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