Health unions previously warned that a no-deal Brexit could h"catastrophic" consequences for patients.
The "uncertainty and chaos" caused by a no-deal Brexit would put patients and staff at risk.
Health unions have issued a joint statement calling for the Government to take a no-deal Brexit off the table.
Since the EU referendum in 2016 overseas nurses are experiencing higher levels of discrimination.
Patients are already concerned that there are not enough nurses to care for them.
Ms. Dorries has been widely criticised for her outspoken and controversial views.
Staff and patients are 'desperate for a signal things will improve'.
Mr Johnson is well-known for his outspoken and controversial views on Brexit.
Over fifty nursing staff and students met with MPs to discuss their concerns and experiences.
A massive 95% of nurses think patient health is at risk due to staffing shortages.
While retention is clearly an issue, attracting new nurses into the profession is also a significant problem.
EU-trained nurses "simply left the UK" amid concerns over Brexit.
Older people are unable to access residential or home care, regardless of whether they can pay for it or not.
Experts have warned that Britain’s decision to leave the EU is exacerbating the NHS’s growing staffing crisis.
Poor staffing levels and Brexit were also cited amongst the top reasons for quitting.