British Opposition Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the Labor Party, is pictured during a general election campaign event in Morecambe, Britain 15 November, 2019. REUTERS / Andrew Yates
(Reuters) – UK opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn said the Labor Party would exclude the British health service and medicines from trade dealings with the United States, as he put Prime Minister Boris Johnson on "secret talks". on the NHS to cover.
"Boris Johnson is dealing with secret talks for American trade dealings which would cost the cost of medicines and which would privatize our health service in a row," wrote Corbyn in the Observer bit.ly/2KsglM4.
“Our public services are not bargaining chips to trade in secret deals. I promise that government will exclude the work of the NHS, medicines and public services from any trade markets – and put that law into effect ”, he said.
Reporting by Kanishka Singh in Bengaluru; Edited by Jan Harvey
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