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Medical News Today
What is a Hiatal Hernia?should have meals 3 hours of more before lying down to bed. They should also si
What is a Hiatal Hernia?
Medical News Today / Posted 6 hours ago
should have meals 3 hours of more before lying down to bed. They should also sit up while eating. The British National Health Service add another tip. Real problems with acid might be helped by raising the head end of the mattress so... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Nightmare A&E scenes at Royal Stoke shows the NHS is itself on a stretcherOur precious National Health Service is itself on a stretcher, fighting for lif
Nightmare A&E scenes at Royal Stoke shows the NHS is itself on a stretcher
Daily Mirror / Posted 16 hours ago
Our precious National Health Service is itself on a stretcher, fighting for life, because funding isn’t rising anywhere near fast enough to cope with extra patients and an ageing population. Shocking A&E conditions at Royal Stoke University... Read more
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FOX News
UK health service under fire over access to hepatitis C drugsdisease, patient groups and a leading medical journal charged on Thursday. Des
UK health service under fire over access to hepatitis C drugs
FOX News / Posted yesterday
disease, patient groups and a leading medical journal charged on Thursday. Despite the clear benefits of the drugs, the National Health Service in England rations the drugs to just 10,000 people with the virus each year, campaigners said. The... Read more
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Reuters
British opposition Labour leadership contender proposes wealth taxwould be spent on ending a freeze on public sector pay and on a 12 billion poun
British opposition Labour leadership contender proposes wealth tax
Reuters / Posted yesterday
would be spent on ending a freeze on public sector pay and on a 12 billion pound boost to spending on the state-funded National Health Service. Smith also proposed a 15 percent tax on the investment earnings of anyone with a salary of more... Read more
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Northern Star
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo inkred, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little r
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo ink
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
red, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little ridges of bumps on the skin. In the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) has also warned of the dangers of "black" or "neutral" henna, according to the... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo inkred, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little r
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo ink
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
red, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little ridges of bumps on the skin. In the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) has also warned of the dangers of "black" or "neutral" henna, according to the... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo inkred, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little r
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo ink
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
red, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little ridges of bumps on the skin. In the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) has also warned of the dangers of "black" or "neutral" henna, according to the... Read more
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Queensland Times
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo inkred, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little r
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo ink
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
red, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little ridges of bumps on the skin. In the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) has also warned of the dangers of "black" or "neutral" henna, according to the... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo inkred, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little r
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo ink
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
red, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little ridges of bumps on the skin. In the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) has also warned of the dangers of "black" or "neutral" henna, according to the... Read more
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News Mail
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo inkred, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little r
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo ink
News Mail / Posted yesterday
red, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little ridges of bumps on the skin. In the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) has also warned of the dangers of "black" or "neutral" henna, according to the... Read more
7 related stories
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Daily Examiner
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo inkred, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little r
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo ink
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
red, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little ridges of bumps on the skin. In the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) has also warned of the dangers of "black" or "neutral" henna, according to the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo inkred, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little r
Health agency warns of possible carcinogens in tattoo ink
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
red, blue, green and purple ones are more likely to cause granulomas - little ridges of bumps on the skin. In the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) has also warned of the dangers of "black" or "neutral" henna, according to the... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Reducing immigration could strain Britain’s public services furtherboard,” says Bob Price, leader of Oxford City Council. How, then, would public
Reducing immigration could strain Britain’s public services further
Namibia Economist / Posted 2 days ago
board,” says Bob Price, leader of Oxford City Council. How, then, would public services respond? Many are worried that the National Health Service (NHS), whose junior doctors are in revolt over a new contract that they consider miserly, might find... Read more
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Medical News Today
What are the Symptoms of a Blood Clot?a DVT after a long-haul flight, which dislodged to the severe problem of a PE s
What are the Symptoms of a Blood Clot?
Medical News Today / Posted 3 days ago
a DVT after a long-haul flight, which dislodged to the severe problem of a PE some days later is told by the British National Health Service. His description was of "a dull muscular pain, which came and went" for the DVT, and "severe chest... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Owen Smith says Jeremy Corbyn doesn't understand patriotism or national identityclaims that he had in his previous job at drug company Pfizer called for greate
Owen Smith says Jeremy Corbyn doesn't understand patriotism or national identity
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
claims that he had in his previous job at drug company Pfizer called for greater private sector involvement in the National Health Service. Asked if he thought there was room for more "choice" or private involvement in the NHS, he said:... Read more
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MedCity News
Swipe right on Tinder to register as an organ donora nonprofit group called Organize, which aims to end the organ donor shortage.
Swipe right on Tinder to register as an organ donor
MedCity News / Posted 3 days ago
a nonprofit group called Organize, which aims to end the organ donor shortage. A similar campaign between Tinder and the National Health Service was carried out in Britain last year. Organize is also partnering with the comedy video website Funny... Read more
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Medical News Today
Simple Home Remedies for Cold Soreskeratitis. Commonly prescribed treatments for cold sores include anti-viral ta
Simple Home Remedies for Cold Sores
Medical News Today / Posted 4 days ago
keratitis. Commonly prescribed treatments for cold sores include anti-viral tablets and creams. According to the British National Health Service (NHS), creams are usually only effective if applied when the sores first appear. Prescribed cold... Read more
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DW
Has the public's initial post-Brexit denial passed? | Bye-bye Europe |said the savings that the "Leave" campaign had promised would not materialize.
Has the public's initial post-Brexit denial passed? | Bye-bye Europe |
DW / Posted 4 days ago
said the savings that the "Leave" campaign had promised would not materialize. "There will be no money for Cornwall, the National Health Service or anything else," Clark said. "The UK government never gave money before, so I have no faith it will... Read more
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Powys County Times
Suspended term given to Newtown champion cage fighter who threatened partner with knifein a tragic accident while he was serving in army. Miss Woodcock added that, a
Suspended term given to Newtown champion cage fighter who threatened partner with knife
Powys County Times / Posted 4 days ago
in a tragic accident while he was serving in army. Miss Woodcock added that, according to a GP, Williams had been offered National Health Service help for issues relating to his army service, but had missed an appointment “through no fault of his... Read more
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The Telegraph
Govt plans cheapest-treatment guidelineswith guidance from similar independent health technology assessment panels from
Govt plans cheapest-treatment guidelines
The Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
with guidance from similar independent health technology assessment panels from the United Kingdom and Thailand. Britain's National Health Service uses guidelines from the National Institute of Care and Excellence, while Thailand's universal... Read more
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holdthefrontpage.co.uk
Gloucestershire Gazette joins fight over meningitis vaccineA weekly editor has accused the National Health Service of discrimination as hi
Gloucestershire Gazette joins fight over meningitis vaccine
holdthefrontpage.co.uk / Posted 7 days ago
A weekly editor has accused the National Health Service of discrimination as his paper joined a fight to get a meningitis vaccine made available to all children free of charge. The Gloucestershire Gazette is backing a local charity’s campaign to get... Read more
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chroniclelive
How do Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith shape up in our tale of the tape?he was a lobbyist for pharmaceutical giant Pfizer when he endorsed a press rele
How do Jeremy Corbyn and Owen Smith shape up in our tale of the tape?
chroniclelive / Posted 7 days ago
he was a lobbyist for pharmaceutical giant Pfizer when he endorsed a press release advocating increased “choice” in the National Health Service – a term usually linked to more privatisation of it. Smith says now: “I’ve never advocated... Read more
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MedCity News
Startup device maker takes aim at hospital pressure ulcersPUNT, which was created by British nurse and wound expert Mark Collier and deve
Startup device maker takes aim at hospital pressure ulcers
MedCity News / Posted 8 days ago
PUNT, which was created by British nurse and wound expert Mark Collier and developed by United Lincolnshire Hospitals National Health Service Trust, one of the UK’s largest acute care hospital systems. BBI CEO Martin Burns said his company’s... Read more
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Swissinfo
Roche says UK faces losing lead in medical research after Brexitleaves the bloc. Subsequent delays by the UK in authorising new drugs or exces
Roche says UK faces losing lead in medical research after Brexit
Swissinfo / Posted 8 days ago
leaves the bloc. Subsequent delays by the UK in authorising new drugs or excessive restrictions on their use in the National Health Service would hit research and development, Mr Schwan said. His warning came as Roche reported a... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
'Brexit means Brexit' means what?is: what will happen to the 3 million EU citizens living and working in Britain
'Brexit means Brexit' means what?
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 8 days ago
is: what will happen to the 3 million EU citizens living and working in Britain (130,000 of them in the UK's much-prized National Health Service) and the 1.2 million Britons living and working in the other EU countries? Pronouncements by Davis... Read more
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DW
Tough-talking May debuts in Europe |political and policy priorities lie," said Cadywould. "The session covered ever
Tough-talking May debuts in Europe |
DW / Posted 8 days ago
political and policy priorities lie," said Cadywould. "The session covered everything from home ownership, job security, National Health Service funding and child poverty, where Cameron might have found a way to bring the discussion back to the... Read more
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News.com.au
Why everyone needs to know Cheznye’s story20,000 posters in boxes waiting to be delivered.” But they have had success in
Why everyone needs to know Cheznye’s story
News.com.au / Posted 8 days ago
20,000 posters in boxes waiting to be delivered.” But they have had success in getting a detailed warning posted on the National Health Service. This is the article published on the NHS Choices page. I'd like to Thank Steven Shukor for writing... Read more
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iol.co.za
10 reasons why Scotland rocks!with the Orkney Islands Council's education service, while many others are heal
10 reasons why Scotland rocks!
iol.co.za / Posted 8 days ago
with the Orkney Islands Council's education service, while many others are health staff and patients of the Scottish National Health Service. The island of Papa Westray is home to just over 70 people, and 60 archaeological sites. Loganair,... Read more
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Business Standard India
Doctors diagnose the decline of health careRegulate the private sector and introduce standard treatment for all, subsidise
Doctors diagnose the decline of health care
Business Standard India / Posted 8 days ago
Regulate the private sector and introduce standard treatment for all, subsidised by the government on the lines of UK's National Health Service. None of these changes are going to happen in a hurry, as they will entail a significant increase in... Read more
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DW
Tough-talking May makes confident PMQs debut |political and policy priorities lie," said Cadywould. "The session covered ever
Tough-talking May makes confident PMQs debut |
DW / Posted 8 days ago
political and policy priorities lie," said Cadywould. "The session covered everything from home ownership, job security, National Health Service funding and child poverty, where Cameron might have found a way to bring the discussion back to the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Racial profiling at airports adds a colour-coded cost when I fly on businesschecked me, did X-rays and figured it was a mild sprain. She gave me a clear-to
Racial profiling at airports adds a colour-coded cost when I fly on business
The Globe and Mail / Posted 9 days ago
checked me, did X-rays and figured it was a mild sprain. She gave me a clear-to-fly letter and I didn’t pay a dime – the National Health Service covered it. But I did pay to stay overnight in an expensive hotel by the airport. Feeling alone and... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Liar Liar: Electioneering in the post-truth erathat. This is a campaign that claimed, on its campaign bus no less, that a vote
Liar Liar: Electioneering in the post-truth era
Eye Witness News / Posted 10 days ago
that. This is a campaign that claimed, on its campaign bus no less, that a vote to leave the EU would mean that country’s National Health Service would get more money, immigration would be checked, and life would be better. In the end, as the... Read more
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Daily Maverick
Liar Liar: Electioneering in the Post-Truth Erathat. This is a campaign that claimed, on its campaign bus no less, that a vote
Liar Liar: Electioneering in the Post-Truth Era
Daily Maverick / Posted 10 days ago
that. This is a campaign that claimed, on its campaign bus no less, that a vote to leave the EU would mean that country’s National Health Service would get more money, immigration would be checked, and life would be better. In the end, as the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dogs cancer detection trials: how they workan attack; and to research if they can sniff out cancer cells. Medical Detecti
Dogs cancer detection trials: how they work
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
an attack; and to research if they can sniff out cancer cells. Medical Detection Dogs are being officially trialled by the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK for their ability to sniff out even the earliest stages of the disease. Their noses... Read more
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iol.co.za
Doors are open for ‘non-finance’ bank interns28 000 pounds and for a foundation year trainee doctor it is 36 000 pounds, web
Doors are open for ‘non-finance’ bank interns
iol.co.za / Posted 13 days ago
28 000 pounds and for a foundation year trainee doctor it is 36 000 pounds, websites of the Department of Education and National Health Service show. Nevertheless, banking's status as the most sought-after career path for high-flying graduates... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Dems’ strategy is not workingneo-liberal, or is it neo-conservative, and waged social war against the workin
Dems’ strategy is not working
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 13 days ago
neo-liberal, or is it neo-conservative, and waged social war against the working and lower classes. Benefits but, the National Health Service degraded, Blair was Thatcherism lite. Not since the Social Democrats in Germany called out the... Read more
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CNN
The British town that really wants to leave Europeclaim that the UK would save £350 million ($461 million) a week by leaving the
The British town that really wants to leave Europe
CNN / Posted 14 days ago
claim that the UK would save £350 million ($461 million) a week by leaving the EU -- and spend the money on Britian's National Health Service. After graduating from law, Crosbie was considering working in Belgium -- though admits that's less... Read more
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The New Statesman
Labour may block supporter applications to vote if they’ve called an MP “scum” or “traitor”economy by raising the possibility of using them as “bargaining chips” in negot
Labour may block supporter applications to vote if they’ve called an MP “scum” or “traitor”
The New Statesman / Posted 14 days ago
economy by raising the possibility of using them as “bargaining chips” in negotiations with the EU. Like most users of the National Health Service, I am well aware of how dependent our hospitals are on immigrants. When I slipped in the mud on... Read more
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Shropshire Star
‘Project Fear’ has promoted Britain as a risk to investors « Shropshire Starfunds sucked out of the British economy by the European Union will be available
‘Project Fear’ has promoted Britain as a risk to investors « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 14 days ago
funds sucked out of the British economy by the European Union will be available to us to spend as we wish (including on the National Health Service). We, in the UK, are now in a win-win situation. We will soon lose a huge drain on our economy (our... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Britain's diabetic leader reflects differing healthcare systemswhereas the United States does everything wrong. For those who can afford it, U
Britain's diabetic leader reflects differing healthcare systems
Los Angeles Times / Posted 14 days ago
whereas the United States does everything wrong. For those who can afford it, U.S. healthcare is second to none. Britain’s National Health Service, meanwhile, provides mostly free-of-charge, taxpayer-funded healthcare to all but, according to the... Read more
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The New Statesman
What the bookies know about horse-racing - and politicseconomy by raising the possibility of using them as “bargaining chips” in negot
What the bookies know about horse-racing - and politics
The New Statesman / Posted 14 days ago
economy by raising the possibility of using them as “bargaining chips” in negotiations with the EU. Like most users of the National Health Service, I am well aware of how dependent our hospitals are on immigrants. When I slipped in the mud on... Read more
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iol.co.za
Joker, coward: Europe gives Johnson hostile welcomevoters by proclaiming that Britain was paying 350 million pounds ($468 million)
Joker, coward: Europe gives Johnson hostile welcome
iol.co.za / Posted 14 days ago
voters by proclaiming that Britain was paying 350 million pounds ($468 million) a week to the EU that could be spent on the National Health Service. The figure did not take account of London's budget rebate or of EU spending on public and private... Read more
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Japan Today
Wanted by investment banks: Students not studying finance ‹ Japan Today28,000 pounds and for a foundation year trainee doctor it is 36,000 pounds, web
Wanted by investment banks: Students not studying finance ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 14 days ago
28,000 pounds and for a foundation year trainee doctor it is 36,000 pounds, websites of the Department of Education and National Health Service show. Nevertheless, banking’s status as the most sought-after career path for high-flying graduates... Read more
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Reuters
Liar, coward, joker: Europe gives UK's Johnson hostile welcomevoters by proclaiming that Britain was paying 350 million pounds ($468 million)
Liar, coward, joker: Europe gives UK's Johnson hostile welcome
Reuters / Posted 14 days ago
voters by proclaiming that Britain was paying 350 million pounds ($468 million) a week to the EU that could be spent on the National Health Service. The figure did not take account of London's budget rebate or of EU spending on public and private... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Europe's hostile welcome for Borisvoters by proclaiming that Britain was paying £350 million ($NZ647 million) a w
Europe's hostile welcome for Boris
Otago Daily Times / Posted 14 days ago
voters by proclaiming that Britain was paying £350 million ($NZ647 million) a week to the EU that could be spent on the National Health Service. The figure did not take account of London's budget rebate or of EU spending on public and private... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Europe gives new U.K. Foreign Minister Boris Johnson hostile welcomevoters by proclaiming that Britain was paying 350 million pounds ($468 million)
Europe gives new U.K. Foreign Minister Boris Johnson hostile welcome
The Globe and Mail / Posted 14 days ago
voters by proclaiming that Britain was paying 350 million pounds ($468 million) a week to the EU that could be spent on the National Health Service. The figure did not take account of London’s budget rebate or of EU spending on public and private... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Liar, coward, joker - Europe gives UK's Johnson hostile welcomevoters by proclaiming that Britain was paying 350 million pounds ($468 million)
Liar, coward, joker - Europe gives UK's Johnson hostile welcome
Eye Witness News / Posted 14 days ago
voters by proclaiming that Britain was paying 350 million pounds ($468 million) a week to the EU that could be spent on the National Health Service. The figure did not take account of London’s budget rebate or of EU spending on public and private... Read more
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Bdnews24.com
Liar, coward, joker: Europe gives UK's Johnson hostile welcomevoters by proclaiming that Britain was paying 350 million pounds ($468 million)
Liar, coward, joker: Europe gives UK's Johnson hostile welcome
Bdnews24.com / Posted 14 days ago
voters by proclaiming that Britain was paying 350 million pounds ($468 million) a week to the EU that could be spent on the National Health Service. The figure did not take account of London's budget rebate or of EU spending on public and private... Read more
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dna
Britain will play a greater role in Europe: Boris Johnson gung-ho despite hostile reaction from European leadersvoters by proclaiming that Britain was paying 350 million pounds ($468 million)
Britain will play a greater role in Europe: Boris Johnson gung-ho despite hostile reaction from European leaders
dna / Posted 14 days ago
voters by proclaiming that Britain was paying 350 million pounds ($468 million) a week to the EU that could be spent on the National Health Service. The figure did not take account of London's budget rebate or of EU spending on public and private... Read more
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Herald Sun
Liar, coward, joker: EU's view of Johnsonvoters by proclaiming that Britain was paying STG350 million ($A605 million) a
Liar, coward, joker: EU's view of Johnson
Herald Sun / Posted 14 days ago
voters by proclaiming that Britain was paying STG350 million ($A605 million) a week to the EU that could be spent on the National Health Service. The figure did not take account of London's budget rebate or of EU spending on public and private... Read more
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