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EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee
Oral evidence concluded; report in preparation.
Healthcare entitlements under EU law are tied to social security benefits. The EU's rules-based social security coordination system is part of EU law on the free movement of persons. Its aims are to ensure portability of benefits across the EU, and equality of treatment with nationals within the host social security system. Benefits, including access to healthcare, are reciprocal and apply to UK citizens in the EU/EEA, and vice versa.
The inquiry will focus on the reciprocal healthcare implications of Brexit for UK citizens travelling, living and/or working in the rest of the EU, and for EU citizens travelling, living and/or working in the UK, in both the short and medium term.
The Committee will begin taking oral evidence for this inquiry in September.
Evidence given by Lord O’Shaughnessy, Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Department of Health.
Evidence given by Damien McCallion, Director-General, Cooperation and Working Together; Bernie McCrory, Chief Officer, Cross-Border Health and Social Care, Cooperation and Working Together; Dr Anthony Soares, Deputy Director, Centre for Cross Border Studies.
Evidence given by Professor Martin McKee CBE MD DSc, Professor of European Public Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
EU Home Affairs Sub-Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 29 November 2017 at 10.30am