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Migrants to be charged at 150% for secondary care from April

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@GP Partner: I asked a question and you already have already put me in a bracket of patients. I know you know and understand everything about social welfare concepts, which of them says charge migrants? If it is not fare that people who do not contribute into the system should receive free treatments/services, is it fair that those who put in and never take anything be left just like that? Yes, it might me fair afterall they will one day take something out - it is inevitable. I want you to know that the same way it hurts taxpayers that some non-tax payers are enjoying more of the welfare, it hurts migrant taxpayers who are fully aware that majority of non-taxpayers are actually resident in the UK - by these I mean your healthy but lazy brothers and sisters who are on benefit and will for ever remain on benefits and completely outnumber those you are going to hammer. Chargers for visitors? Yes, I totally agree but what about "resident visitors" - those described above.

Posted date

17 Feb 2015

Posted time

3:30pm

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