One in five European NHS doctors plan to quit UK, survey reveals

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Fears of Brexit brain drain as BMA report reveals sentiment of European Economic Area medics

Almost one in five of the NHS’s European doctors have made plans to quit Britain, according to research that has raised fresh fears of a Brexit-induced medical brain drain.

And almost half of the health service’s 12,000 medics from the European Economic Area (EEA) are considering moving abroad, the British Medical Association survey of 1,720 of them found.

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