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    Thousands of demonstrators, including actor Ralf Little, have been marching through central London calling for more government support for the NHS.

    The event, called “NHS in crisis – fix it now” was organised by the People’s Assembly and Health Campaigns Together.

    In response to the rally, the Department of Health and Social Care said: “We know the NHS is extremely busy, which is why the government supported it this winter with an additional £437 million of funding, and why it was given top priority in the recent Budget with an extra £2.8bn allocated over the next two years. “

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