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Conservative leader David Cameron has reiterated plans to double health visitor numbers after the pledge disappeared from the party's latest health manifesto.
As the Conservatives' election campaign kicked off earlier this month, a 'draft' health manifesto appeared to be missing key policies.
But in a speech to think tank Demos, the Tory leader clarified he was still planning to boost the number of Sure Start health visitors by 4,200.
It was in 2008 that Mr Cameron originally pledged to double the number of health visitors. He also said he would create a 'universal health visiting service', not just provision for deprived …