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By Terry Marsh

This guidebook follows the Coast to Coast or C2C stroll, popularised through Wainwright, which runs from St Bees Head in Cumbria to Robin Hood's Bay on Yorkshire's east coast. At 178 miles (300km), this well known long-distance strolling path will be simply walked inside of a two-week vacation.

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Bevan did not escape the censure of his Labour colleagues either. Many of them spoke out against the proposal to retain private practice. Dr Comyns, for example, said that he deprecated the fact that doctors would still provide two standards of care - one for those who could pay and one for those who could not. If everyone was entitled to the new service free of charge, he argued, people would only wish to have private treatment if they thought they were buying something better. He asked for the Minister's assurance that the existence of the private sector would not be detrimental to the public service.

42). It was also clear from the survey that there were insufficient beds in institutions with standards high enough to satisfy BUPA's requirements and the company determined both to improve existing facilities and to build new accomodation. So it was that the Nuffield Homes Charitable Trust (named after Lord Nuffield- a strong supporter of voluntary initiatives in health care) came into being in 1957 with an initial grant of £100 000 from BUPA. Its purpose was to purchase and upgrade hospitals where there was potential for improvement and expansion and by 1967 it had acquired 6 existing hospitals and had built 7 new ones.

But the participation of the top hospital doctors was essential to the prestige and therefore 'universality' of the service. , p. 486) PUBLIC AND PRIVATE MEDICINE IN THE 1940s 43 Bevan, therefore, took advantage of the disagreements between different groups of doctors and, some would argue, deliberately drove a wedge between them in order to persuade the most influential to support his case. If the disagreement between the doctors was eventually patched up, rather than resolved, the same was true of disputes in the Conservative and Labour parties.

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