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    “7 May 2024
    Sarah Atherton: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, how many military personnel were waiting for dental treatment as of 1 May 2024.”

    Our MP is showing concern for those in the military who are waiting for dental treatment. This is very commendable, but what about helping those of her constituents who can’t find an NHS dentist and who are also waiting for dental treatment. Has she any solution to offer ?



    Come on give her a chance, one job at a time



    parkingmad, she got her answer:

    Andrew Murrison The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Defence
    As of 1 December 2023, which is the latest available data, 17,221 UK Armed Forces personnel were categorised as NATO Category 2 and 12,283 were categorised as NATO Category 3, meaning that they require either preventative or interventive treatment to achieve optimal dental fitness. A further 21,699 UK Armed Forces personnel were categorised as NATO Category 4, meaning that they require a periodic dental examination, have an undetermined dental status, or have missing or incomplete dental records.”

    Job done and time to fix to complete her 2019 wish list:
    …it is clear the people of Wrexham want us to get Brexit done, so we can move on to focus on local issues: our town centre, our NHS, affordable housing, cracking down on crime and getting the best for Wrexham from the North Wales Growth Deal

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