BBC Online carried a story the other day that illustrates the diverging policy approaches of Westminster and the devolved administrations I mentioned in a previous post.
Tighter rules are to be introduced to stop "health tourists" taking advantage of cheaper prescriptions in Wales, First Minister Rhodri Morgan has said.
From Friday, the cost of a prescription in Wales has been cut by £1 to £4 while in England it went up 10p to £6.50
Prescription charges will be scrapped altogether in Wales by 2007.
Wales-only, bilingual prescriptions will be introduced to stop people coming to Wales to obtain cheaper medication.