UK Set For January Brexit After Conservatives Win Election
Little Will Change In Drug Regulation For Now
The Conservative Party's victory in the UK general election means the Brexit withdrawal deal will be able to pass. The UK will leave the EU by 31 January and enter a transition period during which medicines regulation will remain broadly unchanged.
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The election manifesto produced by the Labour Party offers something for everyone, from the dropping of prescription charges and a boost for health care spending to more use of compulsory licensing and the building of a state-owned generics factory to make medicines more affordable.
Brexit and the NHS are likely to be key issues as political parties in the UK prepare to campaign ahead of the general election in December.