Prohibit pharmacists from refusing services on religious/moral grounds
A pharmacist in central London recently refused to sell me contraception because to do so would conflict with his moral or religious beliefs. I was stunned, and even more surprised to learn that the General Pharmaceutical Council of Britain empowers him to do so. If you think that the provision of legal pharmaceutical services in Britain should not hinge on the moral or religious qualms of one person, please sign my petition.
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