An investigative documentary into the human cost of charging migrants for accessing the NHS After fleeing persecution in Zimbabwe in fear for her life, Angela sought asylum in the UK where she has lived with her husband for 20 years. Following a vital hysterectomy operation Angela is - without warning - issued a bill for £8,000 by the NHS, jeopardizing her life in the UK forever. Angela's story exposes the real cost of the recent introduction of NHS charges for migrants, where discrimination undermines our society's commitment to universal healthcare. The most vulnerable are left unable to pay and scared to seek care. There are many stories like Angela's, most untold and undocumented. This film documents how healthcare workers and campaigners are fighting alongside Angela to keep the border out of hospitals.