The British Homeopathic Association (BHA), one of our British Homeopathic Patient Associations, launched the second part of the campaign to help fund the legal fees for our judicial review hearing which has been set for 1 May, on Crowd Justice, this 6th of April.
Your support will help make NHS England more accountable, defend patient choice and, more importantly, ensure patients have genuine input on their access to cost-effective healthcare they use and need – in this case HOMEOPATHY!
The BHA want to raise over £10,000 to cover part of the legal fees for their hearing. They previously raised over £18,000 to get the judicial review application submitted to court, which provided substantial grounds for NHS England to answer.
The BHA have been granted a ‘rolled up’ hearing where the grounds for permission to bring the judicial review and the case will be heard at the same time.
This will be on 1-3 May 2018 in the Administrative Court at the Royal Courts of Justice in London. The BHA have engaged solicitors Bates Wells Braithwaite, led by Emma Dowden-Teale, recognised for their expertise in judicial reviews and a highly regarded QC, Richard Clayton QC, who has an outstanding track record in cases involving public policy.
Any financial support you can offer will not only help the BHA defend the right of patients to choose to be treated with homeopathy on the NHS, but the rights of all patients to have a genuine say in the services that their National Health Service provides.
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