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29 January 2021 EU has published a redacted version of its contract with UK drug maker AstraZeneca to procure the Covid-19 vaccine

The EU has published a redacted version of its contract with UK drug maker AstraZeneca to procure the Covid-19 vaccine.

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27 November 2020 Thousands of health workers to benefit from visa extensions

The UK government has decided to extend the visas of thousands of overseas health workers for free including doctors, nurses and paramedics which will cover healthcare professionals working in the NHS, and independent health and care sectors.

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Legal update

12 March 2020 "Record funding for the NHS, this budget gets it done"

The Chancellor of the Exchequer has unveiled the Government’s eagerly anticipated 2020 Budget. Despite the economic uncertainty caused by the Covid-19 outbreak and the announcement of a series of financial measures to support the NHS during this period it is clear that the NHS remains an important priority for the Government.

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8 October 2019 Brexit – Workforce Implications within the Health Sector

The Health sector already has challenges with staffing shortages, with leading think tanks predicting that over the next five years, nurse and GP shortages will double and nearly treble respectively, without radical action being taken.

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Legal update

2 October 2019 Brexit - The treatment of patients from the EU

To date patients from the EU have been able to benefit from reciprocal healthcare arrangements, including the EHIC, S1, S2 and S3 arrangements, which allow EU and EEA nations to freely access health and social care services in other member nations as if they are resident.

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Legal update

25 January 2019 Health newsletter - January 2019

Welcome to the latest edition of our health newsletter, in which we bring you a round-up of the latest regulations and news affecting your sector.

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17 August 2016 English or Welsh 'fluency duty' to come into effect for public authorities

Part 7 of the Immigration Act 2016 will soon bring into force a “Code of Practice on the English language requirement for public sector workers”.

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Legal update

21 April 2016 A slave to the NHS? Modern Slavery and the NHS Supply Chain

Introduced in October 2015, the Modern Slavery Act (MSA) is a landmark move toward tackling illegal exploitation within the UK.

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Press release

12 November 2015 Browne Jacobson win prestigious independent health sector award

Browne Jacobson’s health law team were winners at the Laing & Buisson Independent Healthcare Awards 2015 as ‘legal adviser of the year’.

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Don't risk your sponsor licence

Hayley Gilbert discusses the potential implications of not informing the UK Visas and Immigration Service of the actual job role that a migrant worker will be undertaking. This follows a recent case where an employer’s licence to sponsor was revoked.

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