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Managing EU withdrawal in health and social care in Wales FAQs

25 / 02 / 2019

UPDATED 19TH JULY: We've produced a frequently asked questions document for health and social care as we move towards leaving the EU. This document aims to answer some of the main questions which are common to those working in the Health and Social Care sector. Leaving the EU is complex, and no doubt some of you will still have questions for us, which is why we've set up a dedicated mailbox where you can submit questions to us. Please email: BrexitFAQs@welshconfed.org 

If you are a member of the public, you can find more information on a range of topics related to Brexit on the Welsh Government's Preparing Wales website 

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