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Brexit

In February, Parliament cleared the way for government to invoke Article 50 that will open negotiations for the country to leave the European Union. Prime Minister Theresa May announced earlier this year that the UK will not remain in the single market regardless of the deal negotiated with Brussels.

Eurostat figures add to concerns over shortages after Brexit Mar 7, 2017 | News UK & Ireland

Eurostat figures add to concerns over shortages after Brexit

LUXEMBOURG: Despite some growth in the overall dental workforce within the last five years, the UK still has one of the lowest ratios of dentists per capita in Europe, only ahead of four other countries, latest figures released by Eurostat in Luxembourg indicate. Fewer dentists per 100,000 inhabitants were only found in the Netherlands, Slovakia, Malta and Poland, according to the EU statistical office.

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Mydentist clinical service director warns tough Brexit could affect UK dentistry Feb 2, 2017 | News UK & Ireland

Mydentist clinical service director warns tough Brexit could affect UK dentistry

LONDON, UK: Yesterday, Parliament cleared the way for government to invoke Article 50 in March that will open negotiations for the country to leave the ...

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BDIA publishes post-Brexit manifesto Aug 12, 2016 | News UK & Ireland

BDIA publishes post-Brexit manifesto

LONDON, UK: The British Dental Industry Association (BDIA) has published a manifesto in response to the uncertainty after the Brexit vote in June. Six ...

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“We need to consider carefully how to plan for the future workforce” Jul 15, 2016 | Interview UK & Ireland

“We need to consider carefully how to plan for the future workforce”

After the vote to leave in the European Union Referendum last month and the appointment of Theresa May as Prime Minister, negotiations between Westminster ...

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UK dental leaders cautious in Brexit vote aftermath Jun 28, 2016 | News UK & Ireland

UK dental leaders cautious in Brexit vote aftermath

LONDON, UK: Dental stakeholders throughout the UK have reacted cautiously to the results of the referendum that saw the majority of people in Britain last week decide the country should leave the European Union. In a statement on the vote, the British Dental Association (BDA) declared that it would offer support and advice to its members about the full implications of the withdrawal process once its terms had been decided on.

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Brexit could impact dental labour market, experts say Jun 16, 2016 | News UK & Ireland

Brexit could impact dental labour market, experts say

LONDON, UK: Next week, people in the UK have to decide whether they want the country to remain in or leave the European Union. While a Brexit could potentially reduce administrative burden on dental practices, negative implications regarding the workforce are a risk that voters in support of exiting have to take, dental experts said.

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Dental Tribune survey sees majority of British dentists rejecting Brexit Apr 7, 2016 | News UK & Ireland

Dental Tribune survey sees majority of British dentists rejecting Brexit

LONDON, UK: Were it up to dentists, the UK would remain a member of the European Union after the national referendum in June. According to an online survey conducted among Dental Tribune Online readers between February and March this year, a slight majority of dental professionals would vote for staying in the EU rather than leaving it.

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