“We should do what America does, what Australia does, what every country in the world does. We want people who have trade and skills. But we do not want people with criminal records and we cannot afford to have people with life threatening diseases.
"We have leading cancer experts in Britain saying the burden now of treating overseas people is leading to huge shortages in the system.
“There are 190 countries in the world that operate like that. That is what Britain should do."
“If things go well next spring, I would like to be minister for Europe. I mean that quite seriously. I would like to be the person who goes to Brussels and says:
Published on 21 Aug 2013
In 2013, the British Library is holding an exhibition, "Propaganda: Power and Persuasion", which includes a section on health campaigns. Sarah Graham was interviewed about HIV/AIDS awareness in the 1980s, including the British public health campaign "Don't Die of Ignorance", for inclusion in the exhibition.
Thanks to the British Library for permission to make this film available.