Did The UK Government Really Spurn EU Ventilator Procurement Support?
The UK is taking measures to increase its ventilator stock from 8,000 to some 30,000, but it will take time to make them available. Many are asking whether the government really rejected EU help, which could have brought relief sooner, because of Brexit.
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