prescription charges


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prescription charges

npl (Brit) → ticket m inv
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TOWN hall chiefs are to offer more support to care leavers by footing the bill for their prescription charges.
tough stuff to swallow PRESCRIPTION charges in England rise to PS9 per item from April, a 26% increase since the Conservatives came to power in 2010.
Lloyd Tingley, chairman of the Prescription Charges Coalition, said: "Working-age people with long-term conditions simply can't sustain this.
NEARLY one in four patients facing NHS fines for dodging prescription charges was falsely accused.
These prescription charges are yet another tax on being English.
It said the "growth in prescribing of over-the-counter medicines has been slower in Wales than in England, where there is "a system of illogical and unfair prescription charges".
MORE than a decade has passed since prescription charges were abolished in Wales, but the debate about whether millionaires should be able to get medication for free rumbles on.
It said the "growth in prescribing of over-thecounter medicines has been slower in Wales than in England, where there is "a system of illogical and unfair prescription charges".
On April 1, prescription charges in England rose by 20p to PS8.80 for each medicine or appliance dispensed.
The new poll was carried out for the Prescription Charges Coalition of more than 40 health charities, which campaigns to abolish prescription charges for those with long-term conditions.
The Prescription Charges Coalition campaign group is calling on Parliament to provide free prescriptions for everyone in England.
HEALTH Minister Edwin Poots is preparing to launch a public consultation to bring back prescription charges.