I don't think how, where or why they were installed in the first place has anything to do with anything.
If there is a known potentially serious health risk then any person who has had them installed should be entitled to have them removed regardless of how much it costs. What if someone's had them installed but can't now have them removed? Should they be exposed tot he dangers just because of money?
Free removal on NHS, company who made them to be sued.
Anyone who has had them installed is still a member of our society, and as such should receive NHS treatment for any health issue regardless of all other factors.
I suspect this thread will be mostly blokes who know absolutely nothing about breast augmentation surgery, the reasons why people have it done, and the social and psychological issues that the patients face.
Bit like most arguments on here then. Carry on!