UK acts to help with healthcare

Britain has introduced a bill in which it offers to continue to pay for the healthcare of its state pensioners living abroad in the EU – including those moving after Brexit – and to keep funding EHICs for travellers.

The pledge would apply regardless of a Brexit deal but Britain would expect it to involve reciprocal deals with the EU and/or individual member states.

It came as the EU issued more contingency planning notes about a no-deal ...

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