The UK government has announced that it will not progress with plans to automatically substitute medications with generic drugs in primary care. Health Minister Lord Howe announced the decision on 14 October 2010, following a public consultation, which showed that many people thought it posed a risk to the safety of patients and could create more work for National Health Service (NHS) staff.
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