Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt
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NHS 'not an international service' - Jeremy Hunt

Plans to introduce a £200 charge for non-EU nationals who come to the UK for more than six months and access non-emergency NHS treatment have been defended by the health secretary.

Jeremy Hunt told BBC News that the UK was the only major country not to charge foreigners for health care and would not prevent anyone from receiving treatment.

  • 03 Jul 2013
  • From the section Health
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