Andrew Dismore AM: What is your message to EU citizens living in London who are concerned about their future post‑Brexit? Is it not the case that the Government intends to introduce a points‑based immigration system primarily based on high rates of pay, and what impact do you think this will have on services and industries in London that rely on hard‑working EU citizens, for example the National Health Service (NHS), which is under tremendous strain? University College London Hospital (UCLH) has 15% of its staff coming from other EU citizens, Royal Free Hospital 14% and Camden and Islington 13%. As we all know, accident and emergency (A&E) waiting times are going through the roof. The four‑hour target time was met in only 77% of cases at UCLH last month and 80% at Royal Free, yet we have seen the staffing shortages getting worse as people from the NHS either go home or do not arrive in the first place.