A university hospital in Germany has published an advertisement in a Polish-language newspaper speaking to the alleged fears of the UK’s impending exit. The University Hospital Dusseldorf placed two adds where they stated, “Brexit worries? Come to Germany!"
The full-page advertisement promises nurses not only “the security of an EU state” but also the benefits of living in the city itself.
Hospital spokesman, Tobias Pott said on Friday: “All hospitals in Germany are desperately looking for nurses, including the University Hospital Dusseldorf.
“Not only do we have better pay, better social benefits and better working hours.
“We also have better weather, better food and a shorter way to Poland.”
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Despite the attempts to stoke Brexit fears, the UK has already stated it will protect the rights of European citizens in the country.
As stated within Boris Johnson’s deal, the rights of EU citizens in the UK will retain their residency and social security rights after Brexit.
Moreover, the freedom of movement rules will continue to apply during the transition period.
The Prime Minister has also pledged to implement an “NHS visa” to make it easier for overseas doctors and nurses to work in the UK.
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Under the proposal, health