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How is Pharmacy Voice fighting the cuts after the petition?

Now the funding consultation has closed, chief executive Rob Darracott lays out the next steps

Pharmacy Voice chief executive Rob Darracott explains what the lobbying group and the sector need to do to maintain momentum now that the consultation on funding cuts in England has ended.

Pharmacy representatives and politicians joined forces last month to hand in a petition against the cuts, signed by 1.8 million people and timed to coincide with the final day of a government consultation on the sector's funding.

Mr Darracott told C+D on Monday (June 13) that the campaign against the funding cuts has not "made much impact" on the pharmacy minister so far.

 

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