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My Lords, on 7 September last year I asked from these Benches whether the then Leader of the House agreed that, “there should be a moratorium on further appointments to this House until sensible measures are agreed to reduce its size and that seeking consensus through a constitutional convention, involving all parties, is the best way forward for reform of this House in the long...
The noble Baroness said in answer to my question on Tuesday: “We are not suggesting that any pharmacies close”,—[Official Report, 18/10/16; col. 2225.] but then went on to imply that some of them would be closed. Does she agree with the former Health Minister, Anna Soubry? She said in the House of Commons on Monday that, “there is great concern about the...
My Lords, the Minister will be aware of the importance of community pharmacies in supporting people with diabetes in relation to their foot care. Does she accept that the planned significant reduction in the budget to support community pharmacies will force many people who have foot complications to try to go to overcrowded GP surgeries, adding to the problems there? That could mean more...
Liberal Democrat Peer
Entered the House of Lords in 1999
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