Susan O’Keeffe: Within weeks of Brexit, we face life-or-death consequences
Decades of trust are being wiped away in the row over critical vaccine supplies
Friends and neighbours always hope that, whatever their differences, “for old times’ sake” will win out and help smooth ruffled feathers. But in the blink of an eye Brexit has turned that notion entirely on its head. And the EU vaccination programme stands to be the biggest casualty of that fateful UK referendum in the summer of 2016.
The UK is geographically part of Europe and has been central to the continent’s history...
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