How I'll weed out the health tourists, by Hunt: Minister acts after Mail highlights abuse of NHS Jeremy Hunt believes non-UK residents are granted NHS numbers too easily Mr Hunt said the system was completely unacceptable He proposed anyone with a 'questionable residency' should be issued with a temporary number By James Chapman PUBLISHED: 23:28 GMT, 18 April 2013 | UPDATED: 06:32 GMT, 19 April 2013 Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt wants only permanent British residents to qualify for anything other than emergency care Foreigners travelling to Britain to take advantage of our free health service will be denied treatment under radical plans for a shake-up of the system of personal NHS identification numbers. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt wants only permanent British residents to qualify for anything other than emergency care free of charge.
America's most expensive beach-hut Tiny wooden property on sale for $2.5million but at least it has a nice view Red beach property comes with 20 acres of Hawaiian land The tiny, 484 square foot property is said to be a 'slice of paradise' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 21:17 GMT, 6 January 2013 | UPDATED: 12:45 GMT, 7 January 2013 A cosy red wooden hut nestled in the middle of the Hawaiian countryside is on sale for an eye-watering $2.5million. The property is described a 'slice of paradise' with vistas onto the pacific and the Laupahoehoe countryside. At only 484 square feet, the dimensions may be a little cosy, but the price tag may be helped by the 20-acres of lush Hawaiian countryside that come with it
A million migrants from East Europe now live in Britain: That's 1.5% of the population of eight EU nations One in every 67 citizens of eight former communist nations has moved here Romanians and Bulgarians will get free access to UK jobs market next year Tory MP Philip Hollobone said swathes of countryside will be built over to accommodate new arrivals Government won't estimate number of European immigrants expected to head for UKPlanning minister Nick Boles said immigrants accounted for nearly half of Britain’s new housing needs | UPDATED: 09:46 GMT, 5 December 2012 The number of Eastern Europeans living in Britain is equal to 1.5 per cent of the population of their homelands, MPs were told yesterday. The astonishing revelation effectively means that one in every 67 citizens of eight former communist nations has moved here. Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, Slovenia and Estonia all joined the EU in 2004 – giving them unrestricted access to the UK’s labour market.
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