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In this study, it is worth acknowledging that these scholarly studies are important because they highlight the imbalance in staff and the pressure on the pharmacy industry, to fill vacancies that might be left by EU citizens. However, the assertions are worth acknowledging in such a way that they do not indicate the possible impact of the funds used to train more British pharmacists on the financial operations of NHS and the rest of the UK economy. Should such pressure prove problematic, the studies fail to recommend some of the lasting solutions that the UK government could embrace while seeking to steer stability in the post-Brexit NHS service. By addressing such gaps, it is predicted that this study proved insightful and sensitize relevant authorities regarding the importance of advance planning and projecting direct and indirect workforce-related problems that the pharmacy industry might face.