Kate Andrews reviews the papers on BBC News
On Trump’s visit to UK:
It’s a very short term game to completely block out the President. A working visit should be feasible. The US has that special relationship with the UK, it’s always been an ally and to cut off lines of communication simply because Trump holds this office now could be a grave error down the road.
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On junior doctors having to pay for their training if they leave the NHS:
One of the most pressing issues for the NHS is that thousands of doctors are choosing to move abroad because these healthcare services are providing better pay, better hours and better services for the workers to work in. The NHS is in perpetual crisis and we need to admit that the system itself is not fit for 2018; demographic shifts are problematic and you have doctors voting with their feet and choosing to move over working for the NHS.
Further IEA Reading: Universal Healthcare without the NHS
On freedom of movement:
Phase one of the negotiations was not enjoyed by the hard Brexiteers. They felt that too much money was being offered, the Irish border issue was leaning far too close to staying in the single market, and I imagine there are other issues they will be concerned about, such as freedom of movement, being sidelined. The view on this should be far more long-term than just looking to the next couple of years.
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