Kate Andrews quoted in the Daily Mail
Kate Andrews, Associate-Director of the Institute of Economic Affairs, is quoted in the Daily Mail, responding to President Trump’s comments that the NHS should be on the table in future US-UK trade talks.
Kate argues that the US is not interested in providing NHS services, rather in “expanding the drugs market” and potentially widening access to medicine in the UK, which would benefit NHS patients.
Kate added that the debate was “a storm in a teacup” and that President Trump’s comments reflected a “starting position, not the final conclusion” of future trade talks.
Read the full piece here.