1.3MILLION people were fined last year for wrongly trying to claim NHS prescriptions for free 

Health Daily Mail

A total of 1,379,957 penalty notices were issued across England in 2018 – which is a third more than in the previous year and a 60 per cent increase from three years earlier. …

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