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Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
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10%
  
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31%
  
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24%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
26%
  



Alfs 2:35 Thu May 14
Cheap prescriptions
I'm posting this as I'd never heard of it until today and maybe you haven't either as I can confidently say that I have NEVER seen this advertised.

I take 2 prescribed medicines for which I've been paying £18 per month. I now have an ear infection too, so that's another script this month, making it £27.50.

Then today I got told about the NHS: Prescription Prepayment Certificate. £10 a month gives you unlimited scripts.

Surely this scheme should be more widely publicised.

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Bungo 11:20 Sat May 16
Re: Cheap prescriptions
The Pharmacists I know are all too bright to support West Ham.

gank 4:58 Sat May 16
Re: Cheap prescriptions
If I wanted to learn about that shit I'd go on a pharmacist website. I bet those nerdy cunts are spamming up their board talking about Haller and Moyes.

Side of Ham 3:11 Sat May 16
Re: Cheap prescriptions
On the plus side, it looks like not being about West Ham has taught you something...

gank 3:02 Sat May 16
Re: Cheap prescriptions
Well I'm not a chemist so how would I know that?

lowermarshhammer 2:05 Sat May 16
Re: Cheap prescriptions
'Scripts' is standard terminology for dispensing pharmacists.

gank 1:18 Sat May 16
Re: Cheap prescriptions
You know Alfs is knocking back medication like Skittles because he calls them 'scripts'.

Either that or it's a tragic attempt at making your frailty sound cool.

gph 12:39 Sat May 16
Re: Cheap prescriptions
"Surely this scheme should be more widely publicised."

It's mentioned on the back of the standard NHS prescription.

It's a bit wordy, but it's not War and Peace.

Sven Roeder 7:35 Fri May 15
Re: Cheap prescriptions
It’s ok
Lots of LOOK AT ME clapping and pot banging will make up the cash shortfall

Johnson 7:26 Fri May 15
Re: Cheap prescriptions
THE NHS HAS NO MONEY - IT SHOULD BE GIVEN MORE

LOOK AT HOW WE CAN PAY LESS MONEY TO THE NHS

Grumpster 7:03 Fri May 15
Re: Cheap prescriptions
Used to be on the yearly thing which was quite good, but as I always forget to use the medication I need anyway, was better off going back to the normal one.

Hermit Road 6:55 Fri May 15
Re: Cheap prescriptions
People who can’t be arsed to run their finances properly seem to be very quick to blame the government for their own shortcomings.

1. There is a good scheme available.

2. I don’t like the government who enables this scheme.

Therefore

3. I will blame the government because I didn’t find out about it till now.

Bungo 6:30 Fri May 15
Re: Cheap prescriptions
Many people qualify for free prescriptions in England. You may have seen this already, but the link to a simple checker is below.

https://services.nhsbsa.nhs.uk/check-for-help-paying-nhs-costs/start

Raymond Duck 6:22 Fri May 15
Re: Cheap prescriptions
I’ve been using for the past 10 yrs or so. Saved me a lot of money.

Alfs 2:57 Thu May 14
Re: Cheap prescriptions
Ho, ho. You're so witty, Vicky. I'm in tears. Seriously. Comedy fucking genius.

VickyPkVillageIdiot 2:43 Thu May 14
Re: Cheap prescriptions
Does it cover your AIDS medication?

Alfs 2:42 Thu May 14
Re: Cheap prescriptions
You could have told me, Northern!

I could have invested my £200 savings in that share tip. I'd be £21.70 better off!

Northern Sold 2:37 Thu May 14
Re: Cheap prescriptions
I been on it last few years....





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