There's a new threat to the running the non-emergency helpline NHS 111 in parts of London. One of the main providers NHS Direct says it's pulling out of its contracts because of financial problems.
Since its launch the phoneline has had problem after problem -- leading some people to go to A&E instead of calling the service.
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