Bruce Keogh, the author of the report into 14 NHS trusts, writes: "Don’t believe everything you read, particularly in some newspapers."
The Tories' attempts to pin the blame for NHS failings on the former health secretary are both politically unwise and unmerited by the facts.
Contrary to Cameron's assertion at PMQs, Miliband said last month: "we will always be protecting the health service".
Andy Burnham says Chris Skidmore's comments were "beneath contempt" after GPs' head rejects claim that migrants are to blame for the "massive increase" in waiting times.
The party's plan to integrate health and social care makes sense fiscally and clinically but the politics could be more difficult to navigate.
The new Shadow Health Secretary has spoken exclusively to the New Statesman
Labour has too often looked as if it is simply the defender of the status quo and vested interests.
The vote of one MP is worth the votes of 608 party members.
Shadow health secretary acts like a bloke just passing by in the Labour leadership contest.