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Jim Frae Erskine said on 18 December 2012

Please remove this web page. The NHS should have nothing to do with homeopathy as it is patently complete nonsense of the wickedest kind. Furthermore, confusing, as you do, homeopathy with herbalist medicine, is just daft - they are not the same. I am sure there will be some herbalists who would not wish to be confused with homeopathists. To be clear: I, as a British tax payer, do not wish to contribute in any way to the funding of 'magic' as an alternative or complementary medical methodology.