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This leads to the question of even if we find the funding to replace these doctors and nurses who would take up these jobs? Potentially we just train more British nurses and doctors. A novel idea but it remains a question if the incentives are there to bring people into the profession. It remains to be seen how Brexit will pan out, but at the moment we're looking at a picture which potentially sees our patients and NHS impacted adversely.
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Frankly the national interest, access to cancer treatments, and the strength of British industries are far more important than the Prime Minister's pet concerns. That is why Labour has called a debate today in Parliament on our membership of Euratom and why we will continue to put pressure on the Prime Minister to drop her opposition to Euratom and to put jobs and nuclear safety first.