The General Pharmaceutical Council1 may make such provision in rules as it considers appropriate in connection with annotations to entries in the register2 to denote specialisations, and may in particular make provision with regard to:
(1) the type of specialisations that are to be subject to annotations3;
(2) the form and manner in which applications for entering, renewing or restoring annotations in respect of specialisations, or for the removal of such annotations, are to be made (and the rules may provide that applicants must apply using application forms that are in such form as the Council may determine from
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