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RPS "concerned" about impact cuts may have on patient care

RPS makes call for Government "to invest in pharmacy" and is concerned about impact of funding cuts.

GPhC fees to remain at current levels

The GPhC has kept fees the same for pharmacists, pharmacy technicians and pharmacy premises.

Pharmacy can relieve pressure on hospitals

Community pharmacy can and should have an important role in relieving pressure on hospitals, says report by Lord Carter.

Numark accuses DH of dishonesty over cuts

Numark boss accuses DH of "throwing pharmacy to the wolves."

NPA slams DH document as "slur" and "nonsense"

NPA chairman launches bitter attack on Government plans for pharmacy.

RPS in Scotland launches manifesto

The RPS in Scotland has launched its manifesto ahead of May's Scottish Parliament elections.

PSNC accuses NHS England of withholding vital information

PSNC fears larger cuts in funding are on the cards for pharmacy contractors in England.

Get local opinion on your side, says NPA

Independents must mobilise local political opinion against funding cuts, says Strachan.

Independents back NPA campaign against cuts

Hundreds of independents have registered to take part in a coordinated response to NHS England proposals for efficiencies.

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