Some of the fiercest critics of the planned NHS reforms in England say they have not been invited to a meeting about the changes with David Cameron.
The British Medical Association and the Royal College of Nursing, which want the bill to be withdrawn, say they have not been asked to Monday’s event.
Labour accused the prime minister of a “last-ditch desperate bid to shore up collapsing support” for the bill.
Downing Street would not disclose who had been invited to the meeting.
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