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Chris Brook-Carter | 15 April 2004

The British Government is considering selling mineral water which is National Health Service-branded. Still water made especially for the NHS would be given to patients free of charge, and would also be sold commercially.

Profits from sales of the water would be put back into the NHS.

Any chance of other NHS-branded beverages? NHScotch, maybe?


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