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Ranked the best healthcare system of 11 wealthy countries, the NHS has again showed why it is the single thing that makes us most proud to be British.feedback
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Jul 14 2017
Tens of thousands of patients across the country have already benefited from quicker diagnosis, precise treatment and care and we will support the NHS to continue its relentless drive to push the boundaries of modern science and benefit even more people.” said Jeremy Hunt on this article: Chief Medical Officer: every cancer patient should have DNA tested to speed up diagnosis and save lives. This page contains 31 articles quoting Jeremy Hunt. Main topics on which Jeremy Hunt is quoted are EU and Britain. In addition you’ll find 50 quotes there. All these quotes are mentioned on this page and you can filter them by date and by topics.
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May 09 2017

When children are in urgent need of support from the NHS it's vital that they get fast, high-quality care – and clearly in some of the cases highlighted this simply has not happened.feedback

May 07 2017

Well, you'll have to ask them why they chose to do that. But I think the answer is very clear that they are trying to leak reports that undermine Theresa May's position. That must be the presumption and what we're saying is that they should not be doing that, because it's an election for the British people to decide. We've got 27 countries lined up against us. Some of them appear to think that for the EU to survive, Britain must fail.feedback

May 07 2017 - Brexit

Is that enough considering the brilliant work that they do? I think many people would say they want to pay them more. I think they do an incredible job. If you want more money to go into the NHS – and this government recognises we will need to put more money into the NHS and the social care system because of the pressures we face – then the question is how you get there.feedback

May 07 2017 - Brexit

We've got 27 countries lined up against us. Some of them appear to think that for the EU to survive, Britain must fail. If we don't get a good Brexit outcome, and we don't protect the economic recovery, the jobs that so many people depend on, whose taxes pay for the NHS, if we get a bad Brexit outcome, that would be a disaster for the NHS. We've been very clear that no deal is better than a bad deal. I'm saying that a good deal would be best for the NHS, but obviously, a bad deal would be the worst possible outcome for all our public services. It would be bad for the country.feedback

May 03 2017

The conviction of Ian Paterson, and recent disclosures about the seriousness and extent of his malpractice, are profoundly shocking. A highly qualified medical professional, with a duty of care for his patients, totally neglected that duty and instead performed unnecessary procedures on a huge number of women. As a result I have agreed that, if returned to Government, we will hold a comprehensive and focused inquiry to ensure that any lessons are learnt in the interests of ensuring patients are protected in future.feedback

Apr 27 2017

It is a given that over coming decades we will need to put more into the health and social care system … if we want a high quality healthcare service, yes, we need to continue investing more.feedback

Apr 26 2017 - Brexit

The country listened to what they said and voted to leave the EU. I am absolutely certain that if we get a good outcome from the Brexit negotiations, there will be more money for the NHS because our economy will be stronger.feedback

Apr 17 2017

I think we are letting down too many families and not intervening early enough when there is a curable mental health condition, which we can do something about when a child is eight or nine, but if you leave it until they are 15 or 16, it's too late. I think this is possibly the biggest single area of weakness in NHS provision at the moment. There are too many tragedies because children develop eating disorders or psychosis or chronic depression, which is then very difficult to put right as they get older.feedback

Apr 17 2017

There are big problems with the capacity in CAMHS services, but it's not just there, but what happens in schools. Very few schools have a full-time CAMHS worker.feedback

Apr 11 2017

Standardised packaging will cut smoking rates and reduce suffering, disease and avoidable deaths.feedback

Mar 26 2017

500-900 pharmacies will close. We cannot know exactly how individual pharmacies will be affected by the funding reductions and there is a risk that some pharmacies may close as a result of these changes, although this has never been our objective.feedback

Mar 26 2017

I as Health Secretary, the Government and the NHS let down William.feedback

Mar 15 2017

We agree with the committee that every death by suicide is a tragedy which has a devastating effect on families and communities. We are taking action to ensure we quality assure every local plan so they reach the most vulnerable people – and local authorities now are supported by record mental health funding, with big developments in the availability and quality of crisis care services as a result.feedback

Mar 10 2017

Every death from sepsis is a tragedy, yet too often the warning signs are missed.feedback

Mar 10 2017

We need to get far better at spotting sepsis across the NHS and this advice shows how vital it is for clinicians to treat life-threatening symptoms as soon as possible.feedback

Dec 06 2016

We are committed to having the closest possible trade links with the EU.feedback

Dec 06 2016

Our past successes as a nation over many centuries has been because we've been one of the greatest trading nations on the planet, you've seen that in this region with the great success of Hong Kong.feedback

Dec 30 2014

I am satisfied having done that the procedures, the protocol, the things we have been practising for months and months have now kicked in.feedback

Jun 26 2014

Today's reports show that in reality he was a sickening and prolific sexual abuser who repeatedly exploited the trust of a nation for his own vile purposes.feedback

Jul 16 2012 - Olympic Games

We will have a safe Olympics, yes we needed a few more people from the army than we planned but that was always part of our contingency and people do look forward to a safe and successful Olympics.feedback

Jul 16 2012

I suppose it's that moment just before a huge party starts, and you walk around the house and you're checking all the rooms, and all the food is ready to be served and basically our plans are in place and it's very exciting.feedback

Jul 15 2012

I suppose it's that the moment just before a huge party starts and you walk around the house and you check that all the rooms are tidy and the food is in the oven and ready to be served and basically our plans are in place; and we are just very excited about it. We have 204 countries here to see the very best of Britain and to have a wonderful summer.feedback

May 31 2012 - Fox

I was sympathetic of the bid.feedback

May 01 2012

I will be handing over all my private texts and emails to my special advisor to the Leveson Inquiry and I am confident they will vindicate the position that I handled the BSkyB merger process with total integrity.feedback

Apr 25 2012 - Fox

I am totally confident that when I present my evidence, the public will see that I conducted this process with scrupulous fairness throughout.feedback

Jul 12 2011

It will mean that the Competition Commission will be able to give further full and exhaustive consideration to this merger, taking into account all relevant recent developments.feedback

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