Posts Tagged ‘Brexit’

Government must protect patients from Brexit backward-step on rare diseases

Patients with rare diseases could soon be pushed to the back of a queue if the UK is ejected from important European networks that combat these illnesses f...

Four out of ten European doctors working in the NHS are considering leaving

The NHS is at serious risk from European doctors considering leaving the UK following the Brexit Vote. A BMA survey of EEA (European Economic Area) doct...

New coalition of health and social care experts intend to guarantee status of EU staff

A coalition of 29 health and social care organisations has been created to ensure sustainable workforce supply and thereby standards of care are maintained...

BMA’s appeal for Brexit boost in NHS funding rejected by David Cameron

David Cameron has rejected an appeal to give the NHS more money based on the leave campaign’s pledge to put £350m a week into the service, even though t...

Brexit: lying does pay if you’re a politician – unfortunately at the NHS’s expense

You see? – I was right, lying does pay. Not only that, but lying again after the event by saying that you weren’t lying even when there is ample eviden...

Brexit: “If an economic shock materialises, the implications for the NHS could be profound”

The impact of Brexit could have major implications for health and social care, warns the King’s Fund. The think tank says our vote to exit from the EU...

Health reaction to the Brexit vote: “European doctors are welcome here”

Jeremy Hunt, Health Secretary “On Friday morning, the country woke to the news of a majority vote to leave the European Union. “We must accept th...