pmduk wrote: »
I have diabetes and as a result used to receive free prescriptions. However once I'd worked hard on my health I stopped taking meds for the diabetes and my free prescriptions immediately stopped, despite many other chronic medical conditions. Hardly an incentive.
Torry_Quine wrote: »
Totally agree. Devolution means different priorities are decided. Here in Scotland for instance we don't have choice of hospital or drop in centres.
Middy wrote: »
Great! I am funding the unemployed, the over 60s and those that live in Wales and Scotland.
Crabman wrote: »
Why do those of us who pay our taxes (in England) have to subsidise the prescriptions of those in Northern Ireland, Wales and Scotland?
Can you imagine the fuss Mr Salmond would make if the situation was reversed?
Yogibear wrote: »
utter bollox we pay the same taxes as the rest of the uk,I think Salmond is as popular in Scotland as is Cameron the snp got in up here because of apathy from the Labour voters,if you want to query abuse of tax payers money look at what is known as NI the population say a million and a half ,MLAs,MPs they dont pay Council Tax still having the Rates giving them Billions so that the peace can be maintained
Butterfly_Brain wrote: »
Why put the dental costs up ? I have never seen a poor dentist have you?
Middy wrote: »
If he has to take these tablets for the rest of his life, he should get them free.
I have 3 friends that take medication for thyroid problems and this medication and others they need to take for other things are free.
Consult your GP.
Can you help this Forumite track some down?
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