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To ask the Government in all parts of the UK, the Department Of Health and the NHS to review the prescription service

To: Prime Minister Gordon Brown MP.

Health Secretary Alan Johnson MP.

Scottish Secretary Des Browne MP.

Welsh Secretary Paul Murphy MP.

Northern Ireland Secretary Shaun Woodward MP.

First Minister for Scotland Alex Salmond.

First Minister for Wales Rhodri Morgan.

First Minister for Northern Ireland Peter Robinson.

We the undersigned urge the Government in all parts of the United Kingdom, to hold a review of what illnesses/ benefits should entitle members of the Disabled Community to free Prescriptions

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