Brexit fears loom over EU doctors in the UK

The future of the National Health Service is a major issue in the UK election, but so is the fate of EU nationals living in the country.

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    The future of the National Health Service is a major issue in the UK election, but so is the fate of European Union nationals living in the country.

    About 5 percent of all public health workers are from other parts of the EU.

    With no guarantees of their rights following the Brexit referendum, many European doctors and nurses are now considering leaving the country.

    Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips reports from London.


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