‘One thing we’ve got to get better at is learning from mistakes’ says Jeremy Hunt MP on NHS

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‘One thing we’ve got to get better at is learning from mistakes.’

Jeremy Hunt MP joins Esther and Philip to discuss his new book on reducing unnecessary deaths in the NHS and what changes he would make moving forward.

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