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Sir Simon Stephens on NHS birthday

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Sir Simon Stephens on NHS birthday

Sir Simon Stephens on NHS birthday

NHS England chief executive Sir Simon Stephens says tonight's final 'Clap for Carers' event is a chance for the country to thank healthcare workers as the National Health Service marks its 72nd birthday.

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NHS worker relives racially aggravated hit-and-run [Video]

NHS worker relives racially aggravated hit-and-run

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