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500 NHS workers ask Trump to take NHS 'off the table completely' in trade talks as US president arrives in London

Independent Monday, 2 December 2019 ()
Jeremy Corbyn also urges Boris Johnson to halt negotiations following clams that health service is 'up for sale'
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