VOTE: Should the NHS help all women with ‘danger’ PIP breast implants?

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SHOULD the NHS step in to help every woman in the UK who has been given the controversial PIP breast implants?

The debate has been raging over recent weeks about whether the NHS should spring to the aid of woman who have been given ‘danger’ PIP breast implants in the private sector.

Advice across Europe has varied about whether the implants should be removed following health scares and thousands of women say they are now living in fear.

Should hundreds of thousands of pounds of public money be spent through the NHS to help all these women - most of whom had their implants inserted at private hospitals - or should the private sector be forced to step up to the mark?