Labour cannot let the coalition ruin the NHS.
Health minister warns that Owen's amendment could prove fatal to the government's reforms.
After a four-year long libel battle, NHS cardiologist regains his reputation.
Spending on the health service was cut by £766m last year.
After a year in power, in the aftermath of a traumatic recession and with unemployment still riding high, the Chancellor needs
The British Medical Association votes for the health bill to be withdrawn.
The government has accepted "core" changes to its NHS reform -- but the coalition's NHS headache is
The battle over Andrew Lansley's NHS reforms isn't over yet.
The PM claims that spending will rise but the figures show that it will be frozen or even cut.