Bid to overturn homeopathy crackdown Campaigners are seeking to overturn a decision by NHS bosses to recommend GPs no longer prescribe homeopathy.
The British Homeopathic Association has won the right to have a judicial review of the move.
It was proposed last year by NHS England after a consultation, which the BHA is arguing was flawed.
Simon Stevens, the chief executive of NHS England, has described homeopathy as "at best a placebo and a misuse of scarce NHS funds". BBC News