One of the scientists who discovered the Ebola virus has told ITV News that the rest of Europe is not doing enough to support the UK's efforts in fighting the outbreak in West Africa.
Professor Peter Piot's claim was backed up by Prime Minister David Cameron, who called on other nations to "look at their responsibilities" and "step forward" with resources.
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