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PM Peverley will smoke them out!

The Security Service approach-ed Connecting for Health in a bid to gain access to patient information contained in its databases.

Harry Cayton, the Department of Health's patients' tsar and chair of the Care Record Development Board, said MI5 had assumed names and addresses on the Care Record would be made available to it.

'They were hopeful they would get access to the Personal Demographic Service and that they would be able to without asking,' he said. 'My response was ''bugger off''.'

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