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We're suffering from a shortage of pharmacies, says Tory MP

The Conservative MP for North Devon Selaine Saxby believes there is a lack of pharmacies and dentists.

Half of all UK pharmacies provide domestic abuse scheme

The Ask for ANI initiative has provided support to 100 people during its first 12 months.

EPB chair: Government must support pharmacy to help NHS recover

Govind says pharmacy can help clear the backlog of care as suggested by the health and social care committee.

Start trialling injecting facilities to drive down drug deaths, says RPS

There were 4,561 drug-related deaths in England and Wales and 1,339 in Scotland last year.

Mandatory Covid vaccines for NHS staff suffers setback in the Lords

Lords Committee says the evidence underpinning the proposals is not good enough.

Government may face legal action over Javid's Covid vaccine remarks

Valneva said it had not ruled out "legal recourse" for loss of earnings and damages.

All change in the ministerial team in England

NPA chief Mark Lyonette on recent changes to the DHSC team.

Numark MD: We should follow Scotland's Pharmacy First approach

Jeremy Meader warns the 250m GP winter package will not give patients access to services they need.

CCA: Spending more on pharmacy would save NHS two billion

The CCA said another 656m each year will generate more than 1.9bn in benefits.

Report calls for collaboration within new care structures

It calls for more scope for collaboration between pharmacy, primary care networks and ICSs.

DHSC appoints new pharmacy minister after latest cabinet reshuffle

Maria Caulfield is a former nurse and one-time local councillor.

PSNC: All contractors to get Covid costs at start of October

Costs claims "more than double" the Government's initial offer, PSNC reveals.

Charity attacks plans to raise free prescription age to 66

The Government plans to increase the age for prescription exemptions to 66 years.

E-cig loophole puts minors at risk, Government told

A charity criticises the government for failing to close a loophole allowing companies to hand out free e-cigarettes to under-18s. 

Dukes to leave PSNC in September

PSNC chief executive Simon Dukes will leave his post at the end of September after just over three and-a-half years in the role.

The funding will go towards supporting children and young adults who have been affected by the Covid pandemic.

Pharmacists' body slams 'callous' NHS pay rise offer

The Guild of Healthcare Pharmacists has attacked the government's proposed one per cent NHS pay rise.

Phoenix: Budget 'a slap in the face' to pharmacies

Anderson warned that 30 to 50 per cent of pharmacies “could close in the next few years".

Pharmacy contract must be redrawn says AIMp chief

The five-year contract for pharmacies in England must be redrawn to give the sector a stronger footing within the NHS, says AIMp chief Hannbeck.

Prescription charge rises by 20p in England

NHS prescription charges will rise to £9.35 per prescription item from April 1, an increase of 20p on the current charge. 

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