Jane WhartonSaturday 15 Sep 2018 5:49 pm Share this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link487Shares Brexit will rip the ‘soul out of the NHS’ and pave the way for multi-billion pound healthcare firms to enter the market, an expert has warned. As hundreds of NHS workers rallied against quitting the EU today, one medic called for an end to the ‘failed experiment.’ Dr Mike Galsworthy said Brexit was already killing the health service because huge numbers of vital foreign staff were either leaving or not being recruited. He added that the falling pound was weakening their buying power and soon they would no longer have access to ground-breaking pharmaceuticals and overseas medical research. Dr Galsworthy added the fear was that big corporations would come in to plug the financial gap, completely going against the founding principles of the ‘free’ service. He told Metro.co.uk: ‘NHS workers are getting increasingly anxious about what Brexit means for the NHS and our healthcare system. Advertisement Advertisement ‘A lot of people are saying the NHS can’t survive if Brexit happens.’ He added: ‘The threat to the NHS is… Read full this story
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