Endorsed or confused?

Everything is still rather hectic at the moment, so I apologise once again for the intermittent posts. However, to keep you entertained very slightly, I’ll just share this little gem from Adrian in London. On searching the British Department of Health website trying to get some information with regard to prescription medicines, Adrian came across this fantastic explanation. It’s the literary equivalent of a tangled fishing line.

Endorsements

In the main, for products on the new list no endorsement will be required in order for discount not to be deducted. However, there is an exception for specials.

You can find more of the same here:

http://www.dh.gov.uk/PolicyAndGuidance/…..

If anyone has a suggestion of exactly what the above sentence might mean, please let me know and I’ll pass it on to Adrian.

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