There has been no agreement between the two parties. And the whole thrust of our campaign is to colonise the centre ground, not retreat from it.
Opposing it in the hope of something better risks ending up with the worst possible outcome: no Brexit at all.
Our new, outcome-focused, and patient-centric plans fit into a long tradition of careful Conservative stewardship of the Health Service.
Introducing a program of Ofsted-Style ratings and special measures into the NHS was controversial at the time. But the move has paid off.
Given each extra medical school place means a cost of £220,000 to the taxpayer, we must also ensure this money is being spent on staff for our NHS.
Our broad programme is aimed at ensuring our healthcare is the safest and highest quality available anywhere.
The last thing we want is a ‘miners moment’ in our NHS, but the doctors’ union is making unreasonable demands.
And here are the four main actions we are taking to make it happen.
At hospitals like the Salford Royal and Northumbria, where they have already introduced seven-day services, it’s staff who are the greatest advocates for change.
That means embracing new technologies, implementing a seven-day service and being honest about problems.
Now Labour should do the right thing in Wales, where they run the health service.
Just as Labour refused to accept the problems of poor care in England before, they stick their heads in the sand about poor care in Labour-controlled Wales today.
While Labour continue to deny their failings, we are making the NHS the most transparent, accountable healthcare system in the world.