Nine-hundred-thousand people subscribe to private medical insurance which most of them use to pay for private medical treatment in Health Service hospitals. Does this facilitate queue-jumping as Mr R. H. S. Crossman , Secretary of State for Social Services, suggests, and might it undermine the principle of a free Health Service?
Presented by ROBERT KEE
Produced by KEITH HINDELL
Contributors Unknown: Mr R. H. S. Crossman
Produced By: Keith Hindell