Some drugs companies have เว็บสล็อต ที่ มี คน เล่น มาก ที่สุด said they intend to stop supplying some medicines to Northern Ireland next year when a NI Protocol grace period ends. The protocol means Northern Ireland is still in the EU's pharmaceutical regulatory system while GB is not. Northern Ireland gets most of its medicines from distributors in Great Britain, but that is due to become more difficult in January. The EU said it had identified a "creative solution" to the problem. It said this will "ensure the continued long-term supply of medicines from Great Britain to Northern Ireland". If a drugs company is intending to withdraw a product it must give six months warning. Northern Ireland's chief pharmaceutical officer told a Stormont committee that a "relatively small" number of products had now been notified for withdrawal. Cathy Harrison said she could not give further details for reasons of commercial sensitivity. She said that in the coming weeks officials would assess the affect of the withdrawal of each product.