I haven't talked at all about what they get paid. They'd probably make a little less in a new system, but doctors in Britain still make plenty of money. We could also offset the relatively slight loss of income with medical school subsidies for the sake of fairness. Uh yes, we do. Miranda Warnings advise you of your right to an attorney. It specifically says that if you cannot afford one, a court-appointed attorney will be provided to you. You're barking up the wrong tree, bud. You don't have a right to a civil attorney, but universal healthcare also generally doesn't give you a right to elective procedures like plastic surgery. As was already proven, you are wrong.