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(From Western Daily Press)
David Cameron yesterday rejected Margaret Thatcher's flagship health policy of offering tax breaks for private medical insurance.
The new Tory leader branded the idea "flawed" and he also announced a U-turn on Tory plans to give subsidies to patients going private.
He said it was wrong to use taxpayers' money to encourage the wealthy to opt out of the NHS.
In a major speech, Mr Cameron said there should no longer be any doubts about the Conservatives' commitment to an NHS free to everyone. But he admitted his plans for the health service would not "come on the cheap".
"I want us to leave no-one in any …