The UK is one of the most popular destinations for international mail order pharmacies (MOGPs), with the country having more than 500 of the businesses offering services in the UK.
However, online pharmacies can have a tough time finding the right place to set up shop in the country, as the regulations and regulation can vary from country to country.
With the new laws introduced by the Government in the last few months, the UK will be one of only three countries that require online pharmacies to register with the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA).
However, many online pharmacies are already being challenged, and there are several online pharmacies that have already been shut down in the past year.
In August 2017, an online pharmacy in New Zealand was shut down after being refused permission to reopen by the MHRA.
However in April 2018, an offline pharmacy in Scotland was also closed down by the MOHRA after an investigation found that the online pharmacy was not registered.
The MHRA has since confirmed that the offline pharmacy was actually a UK-based business that was licensed in the United Kingdom, and was operating under a license from a different provider in Scotland.
However, as many MOGPs do not register with a licensing authority, there are also concerns that the UK may not recognise the online pharmacies as legitimate, as it does not require any forms of verification from the customer.
The UK Government has stated that the new regulations will be implemented in a phased manner, with new laws being introduced by each government in the next 12 months.
In the meantime, it is best to set your sights on a place that has a licensed MOGP, as you can find a few different options online, or from your local pharmacy.