Migrants and overseas visitors are to be charged for using NHS accident and emergency services in England.
The government wants to deter so-called health tourism. It says no one will be turned away - but some will have a bill to pay afterwards. Access to GPs, however, will remain free.
Deputy Political Editor Chris Ship reports:
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