Correspondence with UK government ministers on Brexit

The BMA regularly writes to government ministers to highlight concerns and opportunities arising from the UK’s withdrawal from the EU.

Location: UK International
Audience: All doctors Patients and public
Updated: Tuesday 15 December 2020
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​Correspondence from 2019

4 June

BMA council chair Chaand Nagpaul wrote to the Conservative Party leadership candidates asking them to commit to explicit safeguards for the health service against the dangers posed by Brexit.

27 February

Members of the BMA council wrote to the prime minister to reiterate the BMA's concerns around the UK's withdrawal from the EU, and to call for the public to have the final say on the Brexit deal.

Correspondence from 2018

16 November

BMA council chair Chaand Nagpaul wrote to the prime minister to highlight the findings of a new survey on the impact of Brexit on EU doctors and to call for further reassurances on EU citizens' rights.

9 March

Secretary of state for international trade Liam Fox wrote to the BMA's chief executive regarding the NHS and future trade agreements after Brexit.