'Health tourists' to face NHS charge
People from outside the European Union could be charged to use the NHS in order to tackle so-called health tourism.
The government wants those with visas of six months or more to pay a health service fee of around £200 a year. Doctors have described the plans as unfair.
Mark Easton has been to Luton to gauge reaction to the idea.
03 Jul 2013
- From the section Health