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Prescription charges to go up by 20p

David Barker, Leader of the Prescription Charges Coalition of organisations and Chief Executive of Crohn’s and Colitis UK said today:

“Millions of people with long-term conditions will be bitterly disappointed by the Government’s short-sighted decision to put up the cost of their essential medicines by 40p over the next two years.

“Already, over one third of people in work with a long-term condition find it hard to pay for their prescriptions and are rationing or stopping taking their medicines, compromising their health. These unfair, outdated and inequitable charges are forcing more people with long term heath conditions into medicine poverty and we continue to call for the government to follow the strong example set by the other UK countries and abolish prescription charges for people with long term chronic health conditions”.

Prescription charges to rise 20p.  Sign our petition bit.ly/1kgbHyF

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