U.K. Terror Suspects Tied to National Health Service It appears that all of the suspects in Britain's investigation into attempted attacks worked for the National Health Service, hired as part of government efforts to fill positions amid a continual shortage of trained medical personnel.
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U.K. Terror Suspects Tied to National Health Service

U.K. Terror Suspects Tied to National Health Service

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It appears that all of the suspects in Britain's investigation into attempted attacks there worked for the country's National Health Service.

Most of the suspects came from outside Britain, with origins in the Middle East and South Asia. They were hired as part of government efforts to fill positions in the health service, which suffers a shortage of trained medical personnel.