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Language and the law

English language tests and emergency medicines are the topics discussed in this month's Eye on Europe

APPG writes to pharmacy minister about shortages

Half of pharmacists surveyed say shortages causing patients to receive medical treatment

Raj Patel elected PGEU president

NPA board member Raj Patel elected president of the Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union

Government drops hub and spoke plans

NPA welcomes government announcement that it is scrapping plans for hub and spoke legislation

Phamacy closures could be "catastrophic", report warns

More than one in four people would seek minor ailment advice from a GP if their local pharmacy closed

Independents have little appetite for hub and spoke

Numark members doubtful about benefits of hub and spoke

HDA raises fundamental concerns over hub and spoke

National wholesalers express concerns about widespread adoption of hub-and-spoke dispensing models

Pharmacy flu vaccination service recommissioned

Recommissioning of pharmacy flu vaccination service proves controversial with GPs

NHS England announces pharmacy review

Independent pharmacy review to be chaired by Richard Murray of The King's Fund

PSNC issues counter proposals to DH

Short-term proposals could save money the DH wants cut from pharmacy funding

GP Forward View gets mixed reaction

Investment in GPs could be better spent on pharmacy, say professional bodies

Leading the pharmaceutical care revolution in Scotland

Scotland's chief pharmaceutical officer Rose Marie Parr talks pharmacy practice

PSNC urges prime minister to reconsider pharmacy plans

PSNC urges David Cameron to reconsider plans for pharmacy funding cuts

GPhC launches consultation on practice standards

Nine new standards to replace existing standards of conduct, ethics and performance

Half of independents may use hub and spoke, government predicts

Up to 50 per cent of independents will use hub and spoke, predicts government

All-party group calls for national self-care strategy

NHS is failing to use self care to tackle rising demand for scarce resources, says report

Making the case for pharmacy

Claire Ward sets out Pharmacy Voice's response to government proposals for the profession

Welsh common ailments scheme leaves England isolated

England is now the only home nation without a national common ailments service

DH doesn't want to close pharmacies, says Burt

Burt says aim of cuts is to create efficiencies, not close pharmacies

Pharmacy petitions the PM over cuts

Pharmacy bodies work together to launch a petition to the prime minister

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