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We are experiencing problems with intermittent callers getting an unobtainable tone. This has been reported to NELCSU support. They are investigating the problem Monday 12th June 2017


If you would like to submit a complaint or suggestions for improvements to our services please do so by submitting it in writing to Dawn Lait the Practice Manager

New drug driving legislation

New drug driving legislation

New rules about taking certain medication and driving have come into force in England and Wales

on 2nd March 2015. This additional legislation means that police can stop drivers and test blood levels of sixteen substances

composed of two lists including illicit drugs (e.g. cocaine) and general prescription drugs (e.g. morphine, temazepam, diazepam and methadone). The new rules will mean it will be an offence to be over the proposed limits for each drug when driving a vehicle.

For further information go to: www.gov.uk/drug-driving-law.



 
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