Time to hold parties to account as Nationals show support: Quilty

Barnaby Joyce
It’s time to hold political parties to account in “keeping their end of the bargain” with pharmacy, says Guild executive director David Quilty. In this weeks’ edition of Guild newsletter Forefront, Quilty points out that it’s almost a year since the 6CPA was signed – but “not a single service has been delivered to a

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