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1 Bhui, K. Brexit, social division and discrimination: impacts on mortality and mental illness? Br J Psychiatry 2016; 209: 181–2.
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Brexit woes

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Brexit Woes

Robin Jacoby, Professor Emeritus of Old Age Psychiatry, University of Oxford
05 January 2017

Three cheers for Simon Nicholson (Brexit Woes January 2017, 2010 (1) 83. Not only do I agree with everything he writes, but I also ask those in elected office in the College, e.g. the President, to keep quiet about Brexit from now on. The President’s pro-remain intervention in the referendum campaign was disgraceful, because the public will think that he represents the agreed view of our profession. He does not. Since you, too, Sir, hold an elected office in the College, a period of silence from yourself on this matter would be welcome.

Robin Jacoby DM FRCP FRCPsych, Professor Emeritus of Old Age Psychiatry, University of Oxford.

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