MSE News: NHS prescription costs in England to rise by 30p to £9.65 an item from April

The NHS prescription charge in England will increase by 30p to £9.65 from 1 April, the Government confirmed today. The cost of prescription 'season tickets', which let you prepay for multiple prescriptions over a set period, is also rising – so if you regularly pay for prescriptions, it's worth checking if you should buy a certificate now, before prices go up.

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'NHS prescription costs in England to rise by 30p to £9.65 an item from April'

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