No sign of truce in the territorial war between GPs and pharmacists

BAD CHEMISTRY


The Charge of the Light Brigade is often held up as one of history’s best examples of an about-turn during warfare.

Lord Cardigan’s light cavalry unit was forced into an immediate retreat during the Crimean War’s Battle of Balaclava in 1854 when a breakdown of communications in the British chain of command resulted in the ill-fated attack on a well-defended Russian position.

Wind the clock on 167 years and choose a different battlefield — the protracted territorial war between GPs and pharmacists over the scope of services