Judy Viitanen and the PRimage team were greatly encouraged that during his first speech as head of the party at the special Labour conference in Manchester on Sunday, Mr Brown said he would make the NHS an “immediate priority”.
However, we believe that with concern over job losses, private sector involvement and NHS deficits, it will almost certainly be one of the most challenging pledges that he will need to honour when he officially takes over as Prime Minister on Wednesday. While the NHS overall is now back in balance, a significant number of individual trusts remain in debt. PRimage understand that many political pundits predict that Brown will make the NHS a more independent organisation,devolving day-to-day control away from Whitehall.
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