How to take your medicine in the UK

Health products, including medicines, have been banned from entering the UK since the country joined the European Union in 1973.

But the Government has been pushing for a relaxation of the rules to allow more products to be sold in the country.

The Government has said that the changes will enable more people to get the care they need.

The government has been working with the pharmaceutical industry, which has argued that the restrictions are needed to protect public health. 

The UK has been one of the world’s top 10 exporters of prescription drugs in recent years, and the Government is keen to improve access to medicines.

The move is seen as a bid to address concerns about the drug shortages in the developing world.

The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America said that it has received a draft proposal to relax the restrictions on medicines coming from the UK. 

“The UK should be open to competition, innovation, and trade, but we should not be open for profit-seeking companies to exploit these freedoms and to lock up medicines in Britain,” the group’s chief executive, Chris Hill, said in a statement. 

In April, the Government announced it would introduce legislation to allow the import of up to 2,000 of an approved drug, as long as it was an approved product for use in the US. 

Drug companies are expected to appeal the decision in the High Court.