PM calls for review of recruitment of foreign-trained doctors

Many suspects in British terrorist attacks doctors or med students
||Last Updated: 07/05/2007

A review of how foreign doctors are recruited to Britain's National Health Service is needed following last week's attempted car bombings in London and the attack on Glasgow's airport, said new Prime Minister Gordon Brown.

Last Friday, London police discovered two cars packed with nails, propane and gasoline near Picadilly Circus, a popular theatre and nightclub district. Then on Saturday, a flaming Jeep Cherokee crashed into the Glasgow's airport's main terminal's doors.

No one was injured in the failed London attacks and the five bystanders wounded in Glasgow weren't seriously harmed.