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Did leave voters realise the effect on the NHS?

July 2, 2018 9:30 AM

The Chief Executive of NHS England has announced that "Extensive" planning is under way to prepare the health service for a no-deal Brexit scenario says the BBC.

This news comes as more and more people despair at any deal being reached by the hugely divided Conservative government.

The article states:

"There have been warnings about the UK leaving Euratom, which regulates Europe's nuclear industry, including the supply of medical isotopes which are essential for various types of cancer treatment.

"Prime Minister Theresa May has called for the UK to have a 'close association' with Euratom after Brexit.

"She has also said the UK will seek 'associate membership' of the European Medicines Agency, which evaluates and supervises medicines and helps national authorities authorise the sale of drugs across the EU's single market."

We didn't see this on the side of a bus. Leave campaigners were too busy scaremongering to allow any discussion about the very real effects of us leaving the EU.

Now the truth is coming out more and more every day and more leave voters are realising the mistake they made, the misinformation they were given and believed.

We must put the brakes on this process. A people's vote on the final terms.

Sign our petition here.