The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry

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19 February 2020

ABPI response to new UK immigration system

The UK Government has launched a new points-based immigration system which will assign points for specific skills, qualifications, salaries or professions. The new rules are set to take effect from 1 January 2021.

06 February 2020

ABPI response to proposed UK-‘Rest of the World’ FTA negotiation approaches

The UK Government has published its proposed approach to negotiations for Free Trade Agreements with other ‘priority partners’, besides the EU.

05 February 2020

New toolkit for Welsh NHS and industry to work together for patients

The Welsh NHS Confederation and the ABPI Cymru Wales have launched a toolkit to support joint working between the pharmaceutical industry and NHS Wales.

03 February 2020

ABPI response to proposed UK-EU trade negotiation approaches

The UK Government and the European Commission have today set out their proposed approaches to negotiations over the future relationship between the EU and the UK.

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19 February 2020

Making vaccination an essential service is a step in the right direction

The new GP contract will change how vaccines are delivered and paid for in primary care. It’s the most significant overhaul in decades and is a step in the right direction to improving vaccination coverage across England.

17 February 2020

What happens after a medicine has been dispensed matters – here’s why

The Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee is investigating how Scotland’s medicines supply and demand system works. For us, it’s an opportunity to raise the importance of poor patient adherence and explain why we believe it must be a public health priority.

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