Brown plans constitution for NHS

Gordon Brown has signalled his intention to press ahead with a constitution for the NHS in the health service's 60th year. In a new year message to NHS staff, he said it would form part of a package of "reform and change" which will secure the future of Britain's tax-funded state healthcare service for another 60 years. In a message released by 10 Downing Street, in which he paid tribute to the efforts of NHS staff, he said: "Over the course of the next year the Department of Health, under Alan Johnson's leadership, will be setting out how the NHS needs to continue to reform to meet the new challenges of 21st century healthcare.

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