EHIC guidance failing ailing

Dear Spurtle
The European Commission provides a very handy multilingual app for mobile devices. It explains the workings of the European Health Insurence Card (EHIC), including how to access emergency health services and use the card in each country in which it is valid.

Comprehensive information is given about services in England, but visitors to Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are instead directed (perhaps when they are offline and most need the information) to Internet websites.

Whilst this may lead to to welcome NHS savings outwith England as frustrated foreigners forsake the NHS and go private, does this show the European Commission's attitude to the Celtic Fringe or is it a failure of the UK Government to provide the correct information?

John Hein
(Montgomery Street)