Tory MP changes side in EU referendum debate
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MP explains why she now supports the government view on EU

Sarah Wollaston explains why she now supports the government view on the European Union, citing the "economic shock" to NHS she believes will hit the NHS and saying a Vote Leave claim about a £350m boost for the health service "simply isn't true".

The Conservative told the BBC's political editor about her reasons for the U-turn, just a fortnight ahead of the EU referendum on 23 June.

The MP, who chairs the Commons health committee, told Laura Kuenssberg: "If you are in a position where you can't hand out a Vote Leave leaflet, you can't be campaigning for that organisation."

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