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Pharmacies need a share of NHS spending boost – Autumn budget
Pharmacies need a share of NHS spending boost - Autumn budget
England’s community pharmacies need a share of the additional £6.6bn in NHS funding announced in chancellor Jeremy Hunt’s autumn statement, the National Pharmacy Association has said.
In a statement this morning addressing the cost of living crisis, Mr Hunt said that despite the need “to take difficult decisions on the public finances,” the NHS budget will grow by £3.3bn “in each of the next two years”.
He said NHS England chief Amanda Pritchard had advised him this would “provide sufficient funding for the NHS to fulfil its key priorities”.
He also said that while the planned revaluation of business properties from April 2023 will go ahead, he will “soften the blow on businesses with a nearly £14bn tax cut over the next five years”.
“This will include a new government-funded Transitional Relief scheme… benefitting around 700,000 businesses.”
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Pharmacies need a share of NHS spending boost