The Independent: TTIP campaigners hit back at Cameron claims

7 May 2016 - 4:00pm
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War on Want in The Independent: TTIP campaigners hit back at Cameron claims that the NHS is protected under trade deal terms.

War on Want, a group that campaigns against international poverty, said that the Prime Minister was “playing the public for fools".

"The only slippery fish here is the Prime Minister, whose rhetoric flies in the face of two sets of legal opinion stating the NHS is in danger. As well as this, the EU’s published TTIP offer clearly shows the NHS is up for grabs," said Mark Dearn, War on Want's senior trade campaigner.

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