UK Government Confirms NHS is NOT Exempt from Controversial Trade Deal (TTIP)

Save Our NHS Hull and East Yorkshire

nhsgrIMREAPERTTIP is not a nice new tea bag, it is the harbinger of doom for the NHS.

The People’s NHS has called on David Cameron to use his veto to exempt the NHS from a controversial  EU-US trade deal following the admission from the government today (1 September 2014) that the NHS is included in the deal.

The French have already used their veto to exclude the French film industry.

At a press conference today (1st September) held at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, Lord Livingston confirmed that the NHS was part of TTIP (Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership) 

The deal, known as TTIP, is being negotiated behind the closed doors of the European Commission, between EU bureaucrats and delegates from the United States. It is the largest bilateral trade deal ever negotiated and threatens to make privatisation of the NHS irreversible by giving the profits…

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