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Video: What can pharmacists take from the judicial review outcome?

19 May 2017

The Pharmacist deputy editor, Beth Kennedy discusses the next steps for the sector after a high court ruling rejected pharmacy organisations’ cases against Government cuts to English pharmacy funding.

‘Will there be any kind of appeal to this decision? Is there a new angle that we should come at to fight these cuts?

‘Or are they going to continue and the best thing to do is to work out how their effects can be mitigated?’ she asks.

The Department of Health told The Pharmacist: ‘We are pleased that the judge has upheld the Government’s position on this case and we welcome this decision.’

[box type=”shadow” ]Read the main coverage on the High Court’s ruling in favour of the ‘regrettable’ pharmacy cuts here.[/box]

To make sure that you’re getting support on how to earn as much funding as possible during these challenging times, come to the independent pharmacy event of the year, Pharmacy Forward on Sunday, 2 July 2017 at the London Olympia.

Let us know what you think about the judicial review outcome on Twitter with @Pharmacist_News.

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