Brexit travel: Michael Gove warns of 'new challenges' when holidaying in Europe


“But it is also the case that there will be specific provision for people who have very serious ailments so there will be a successor for those people whom health insurance will always be a difficult thing can have their health care covered.

“And of course people who are currently resident in the EU who are British, and there are currently around one million of those, they have under the terms of the withdrawal agreement access to EHIC cards as well.”

In a Summary Explainer of the Brexit deal on the GOV.UK website, the Government gave some information on accessing healthcare in the EU after Brexit.

They wrote: “Individuals will be able to have access to a range of social security benefits, including reciprocal healthcare cover and an uprated state pension.



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