Brexit could lead to thousands more deaths from heart attacks because of costly fruit and vegetables

Health Daily Mail

The study, from Imperial College London and the University of Liverpool, used data from the World Health Organization and HM Revenue and Customs to model the impact of Brexit on health. …

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