The Leave campaign has accused Number 10 of pressuring other Tory MPs to "do a Wollaston" and defect to the Remain side.
Vote Leave has defended its claim that the NHS will gain an extra £350 million a week if Britain chooses Brexit.
Tory MP Sarah Wollaston told ITV News the figure was "untruthful" and "misleading" as she explained her reasons for defecting from the campaign to leave the EU.
Priti Patel, the employment minister, told the BBC it was a "gross figure" and recognition "of money that we send to the EU that we have no control over as a government".
John Redwood said he hoped Dr Wollaston would reconsider as he acknowledged that the £350 million was a gross figure of the UK's contribution to the EU, before the rebate and the money that came back to the UK.
Dr Sarah Wollaston has told ITV News that other MPs are considering whether to defect from the Leave campaign.Read the full story ›
Sarah Wollaston says she will now vote Remain because she was not comfortable with the claim about extra NHS money if Britain leaves the EU.Read the full story ›
Low-income children were more at risk of obesity than their peers, dubbing it "a very important cause of health inequality, according to a GP turned MP.
The chair of the Health Select Committee, Sarah Wollaston told Good Morning Britain 12% of children from the most deprived backgrounds were obese when they started primary school, where as "24% being obese," by the time they finished primary school.
It was clear the majority of MPs would not be prepared to back unilateral action by the US and Britain. Today we need to make clear why.Read the full story ›
Sarah Wollaston, a Conservative MP and a former GP, has criticised her colleague Anne McIntosh, [who claimed the NHS is facing a huge burden from female doctors who will want to have children and only work part-time]((http://www.itv.com/news/update/2013-06-05/mp-female-doctors-with-families-will-be-a-burden):
as former job sharing GP who also managed teaching/training/examining/police surgeon/looking after 3 kids, I disagree with the 'Tosh
Women doctors add great value in medicine & job sharers often contribute more than Whole Time Equivalent. Needs workforce planning not redn