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Wednesday, July 5, 2017

Brexit fears trigger exodus of crucial EU health and social care workforce | Hélène Mulholland | Society | The Guardian

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The public sector in the UK is increasingly reliant on European labour – but concerns over their future status are driving workers away Hospital wards, nursing homes and other adult care services are losing vital staff as a result of Brexit, according to unions, NHS and social care providers. The warning comes a year after the UK voted to leave the EU – and as the number of non-British EU nationals in the health and social care workforce has grown exponentially in the past eight years. In 2016,.  show all text
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