Minister warns 'not to count chickens' over money pledged to NHS by Brexiteers



The NHS should not "count any chickens" when it comes to getting the £350 million promised by Brexiteers during the referendum campaign, a health minister has said.
Philip Dunne said the pledge was not something "any health ministers were part of", in the latest twist to one of the most controversial pledges of the campaign.
The Leave campaign bus had a slogan emblazoned on it which said Britain sent £350 million to the EU every week - and we should fund the NHS instead.
A number of Leave campaigners have since rowed back from the pledge.
Mr Dunne told House magazine:... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 20
Source: Batley News
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