Around 95% of all private sector involvement in the NHS came under a Labour government, according to Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron.
Private sector involvement in the NHS has been increasingly steadily under all parties.
About 7.6% of NHS revenue spending in 2015/16 went on purchasing care just from private providers, according to Department of Health accounts.
If you include all non-NHS providers then this goes up to 10.7%.
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