Health | Return to Mythbust page Tweet Share 0 +1 LinkedIn 0 Email Health tourism hasn’t cost us billions by Sam Ashworth-Hayes | 12.04.2016 It is actually British people visiting EU that cost taxpayers billions. Quitting the bloc wouldn’t save this money. Quitting EU wouldn’t save NHS by Michael Emerson | 04.05.2016 Economic damage caused by Brexit would hit tax revenue, dwarfing any EU budget saving. US-EU trade deal isn’t threat to NHS by Jack Schickler | 12.04.2016 Proposed pact would not require the privatisation of UK healthcare - and any agreement we strike post-Brexit could be worse. Healthcare rights in EU aren’t guaranteed post Brexit by George Peretz & Panos Koutrakos | 12.04.2016 EU law guarantees British citizens access to medical care across the EU. Brexit threatens these rights. Migrants aren’t drain on health service by Luke Lythgoe | 12.04.2016 EU migrants, who are mostly young, use NHS less than the ageing native population. They also pay into welfare and staff the health service.