Will you be watching? What do you think the Glasgow opening ceremony theme will be all about?
Just to give a few facts:Then they can also fund their free UNI places and prescriptions and dental care too.
There are NHS dentists but few and far between so usually we end up having to go private. I've been on the dentists' waiting list for 8 years since my last dentist retired - that's for any dentist, private or NHS.Sorry about that puddle duck. I stand corrected.
It was just what I was lead to believe by the press.
So you pay for all dental care no NHS , but get free prescriptions, but only certain drugs? Then do you pay a prescription charge for the other drugs , or the full whack?
The same thing happens in England with the cancer drugs I'm afraid. Depends which post code you come under , to whether you can get them. Sorry state of affairs when you know it can give you a better life expectancy.
Now isn't that a totally sensible idea?Just to give a few facts:
The free Uni places are funded from The Queen's Remembrancer. When someone in Scotland dies without leaving a will and no entitled relatives can be found or come forward the estate is paid into a ring-fenced fund for educational purposes. In England the estates just go into general treasury funds."