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National Health Service Long Term Plan (2½-hour debate) Lord Hunt of Kings Heath moved that this House takes note of the NHS Long Term Plan, published on 7 January, and the case for a fully funded, comprehensive and integrated health and care system which implements parity of esteem, preventative health and standards set out in the NHS Constitution. After debate, the motion was agreed to.

Thursday 31 January 2019 between 15:10 and 17:41

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National Health Service Long Term Plan (2½-hour debate) Lord Hunt of Kings Heath moved that this House takes note of the NHS Long Term Plan, published on 7 January, and the case for a fully funded, comprehensive and integrated health and care system which implements parity of esteem, preventative health and standards set out in the NHS Constitution. After debate, the motion was agreed to.
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Lord Hunt of Kings Heath has declared the following interests relevant to this item of business.

Self-employed consultant on NHS and wider health issues, t/a Philip Hunt Consultancy
Consultant and Trainer, Eden & Partners (formerly Cumberlege Connections Ltd) (NHS leadership/awareness programmes)
Council Member, General Medical Council (interest ceased 31 January 2024)
President, British Fluoridation Society
Patron (formerly President), Health Care Supply Association (purchasing/supply network across UK, with a range of educational programmes)
Trustee, Foundation for Liver Research (interest ceased 8 January 2024)
President, Hospital Caterers Association

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