Up to 28,000 fewer EEA care workers in five years, says Department of Health report

Women will be forced to quit their jobs to look after ill or ageing relatives if the supply of EU care workers is severed after Brexit, the Department of Health has warned.

In a worst-case scenario, there could be 28,000 fewer workers in the care sector in England five years after leaving the European Union if employers were no longer able to recruit EEA (European Economic Area) staff, it says.

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