Save Free Prescriptions for over 60s

Abdul Medicine (Shropshire Star)

The Government has announced it is consulting on plans to move the qualifying age for free prescriptions in England from 60 to the State Pension age, which is currently 66.

This proposal is unfair, and with the country already in a cost of living crisis, and many people already living on the poverty line, this will force people to choose between heat, eat, or medicine.

This is a tax on peoples health, with prescriptions already set to rise to £10.15 by 2025.

Liberal Democrats campaigners Abdul Qadus and Ryan Priest are calling on the Government to scrap these plans.

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