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Britain plans to increase the number of organ donors by changing the rules of consent and presuming that people have agreed to transplants unless they have specifically opted out.

Legislation to introduce the new framework for organ and tissue donation will be debated in Parliament later this year, with the system expected to come into effect in spring 2020, the health department said on Sunday.

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