NHS staff and care workers from overseas are to be exempt from paying a surcharge to use the health service

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Posted 21st May
NHS staff and care workers from overseas are to be exempt from paying a surcharge to use the health service. It is understood the plan will include exemptions for all NHS workers, including porters and cleaners, as well as independent health workers and social care workers.bbc.co.uk/new…052


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iCrazyCarrots21/05/2020 22:36

That’s cool. The next thing is to stop the £25,000,000 pounds we spend on t …That’s cool. The next thing is to stop the £25,000,000 pounds we spend on translators for people living in the country who do not speak a word of the Queens English.


Stop picking on the Scots.
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This u turn is most welcome.
Good call from the PM.
Not retrospective, presumably.
About time all nhs staff do an amazing job...
Priti Patel must feel like she's out in the cold after this 'U' turn!

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That’s cool. The next thing is to stop the £25,000,000 pounds we spend on translators for people living in the country who do not speak a word of the Queens English.
iCrazyCarrots21/05/2020 22:36

That’s cool. The next thing is to stop the £25,000,000 pounds we spend on t …That’s cool. The next thing is to stop the £25,000,000 pounds we spend on translators for people living in the country who do not speak a word of the Queens English.


Stop picking on the Scots.
iCrazyCarrots21/05/2020 22:36

That’s cool. The next thing is to stop the £25,000,000 pounds we spend on t …That’s cool. The next thing is to stop the £25,000,000 pounds we spend on translators for people living in the country who do not speak a word of the Queens English.


Well that goodwill lasted long....
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