The Labour leader refused to rise to Cameron's child benefit jibes and left the PM struggling to explain away the A&E crisis.
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.
John Mann respectfully regrets that "a bill to call a referendum on reversing NHS privatisation was not included in the Gracious Speech".
Raiding £500m from the health and schools budgets to fund defence might please Tory MPs but the voters won't like it.
A Labour government would not consider "cutting the health service", says Miliband in his biggest post-2015 commitment.
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 battle over outsourcing for Suffolk’s community health services in Sudbury is a warning for the rest of the country - the future of the NHS is going to be fragmented.
An unlikely political alliance is formed as both men argue that health spending should not be protected while other services are cut.
Health secretary promises to address "concerns" over Section 75 of the NHS bill after pressure from Lib Dems and Labour.
Universal healthcare is the least citizens should expect. To make the NHS better for patients, politicians, press and public alike need to cultivate a healthly scepticism towards it, not give it unlimited adulation.