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General election 2019: Labour's £500m NHS claim fact-checked

BBC News Tuesday, 5 November 2019
Jeremy Corbyn claims a Brexit trade deal with the US could mean much higher drugs prices for the NHS.
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The shadow health secretary says that he doesn't think that Brexit is in the interests of the NHS. Jonathan Ashworth restated Labour's proposal for a second referendum on Britain's membership of the EU, with a choice between a Labour-negotiated deal and remain. Mr Ashworth said that his party are the...

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