Wednesday July 8, 2020

British Medical Association says no-deal Brexit would ‘push the NHS to the brink’

In all the political wrangling of the past days, the crucial matter of the health of Britain has so far taken a back seat

5th September, 2019
The British Medical Association declared that a No Deal Brexit could have ‘catastrophic’ consequences for both doctors and patients and that ‘no part of the NHS would escape unscathed’ from a No Deal Brexit. Pic: iStock

Statements and reports and evaluations about the potential impact of Brexit on life in Britain have been written, rewritten and updated many times in the past 18 months. They have almost taken on ‘crying wolf’ status at this stage, as the public becomes more confounded with statistics and projections relating to the many variables at play. Most of them are predicting obstacles, problems and chaos.

However, the many economic and social arguments surrounding the...

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