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Pharmacies for the future

I was in the Commons last week to hear the Minister make a statement on the future of community pharmacy. MPs like myself who represent a mix of rural and urban communities could see why reform of this vital service has become necessary. Community pharmacy does what it says on the tin and does it very well but the current funding system is out of date and inefficient. It does not always encourage quality over quantity, not does it promote the integration with the rest of the NHS that we – the patients as well as many pharmacists themselves - would like to see...

Achieving a smart Brexit

The one thing an MP gets in plentiful amount is people’s opinions. Brexit has resulted in a splurge of guidance for me on how the Government should manage the coming weeks, months and years in response to the referendum in June. The local Liberal Democrats seem to want me to ignore the result altogether and have another referendum. This doesn’t seem very liberal or democratic. Others say that I should only support a solution that sees Britain cut loose from the single market. Anything less, they say, is a “betrayal” of what the country voted for. They appear to link having access to the single market as somehow watering down an exit from the EU...

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Richard Benyon was re-elected as the Member of Parliament for Newbury on 7 May 2015, with an increased majority of 26,368. Richard won 61 per cent of the vote share.



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