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Disarray over who gives swine flu jabs for children

Plans to vaccinate healthy children under the age of five against swine flu are in disarray after doctors refused to sign up to a deal.

GPs are already immunising people with health problems and pregnant women.

But the British Medical Association and government have ended talks on children after they failed to agree a deal. Fergus Walsh reports.


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