POLAND has lodged an official complaint with the European Union over the NHS’ targeted operation to lure doctors away from Eastern Europe, express.co.uk can reveal today

Warsaw said Britain’s use of specialised recruitment agencies in the region was “alarming” and called on eurocrats to draw up new laws which would ban the practice.

Health minister Konstanty Radziwill said he was dismayed by the “deepening” shortfall of qualified doctors and nurses facing his country, which was down to “increased recruitment” in Western Europe.

His remarks came after the NHS set up a programme to lure Polish doctors away from their homelands by offering bumper £90,000 salaries and practical help with the move to the UK.

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