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The pharmacy minster Steve Brine has told MPs that he can only confirm that £2m of the promised £42m of Pharmacy Integration Fund (PhiF) funding for 2016–2018 has been spent.

Chair of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society English Pharmacy Board, Sandra Gidley, says the profession needs "urgent reassurance" that funds are being spent on developing pharmacy services

Source  MAG/The Pharmaceutical Journal