So, in the UK, with Northern Ireland about to scrap prescription charges the only country still charging for prescriptions will be England?I still remember a long time ago when they were free. Then they were 10p regardless of the amount of items on the prescription.Now the price is horrendous (£7.10 per item)I have to say it doesn't affect me as I am 72 but I feel sorry for the younger people who can't afford that.
Scotland still has prescription charges.Removal is on the Government's "wish list" but no firm commitment.
laurie53, sorry yes you're right. Scotland by 2011.
i cant c Gordie Brownie doing the same for england, since everything is heading for melt down econically in all areas of life due to a war
I think they should be more in England. When the charges are abolished in N.Ireland in 2010 (half price from April 2009, I think), they should increase the price in England to make up for it.
What is your reason behind that train of thought then MAJ?
Ah just, I like the sound of it, lol.
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MAJ must be Irish
I don't think it should be abolished.
What gave me away?
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