Do they really.
Well, I want to continue my retirement plans for the future.
Good luck to the sheeple having fun thinking about 25 ways of working in a dead end job.
I will never have another revalidation anyway as I will have retired by the time it next rears its ugly head.
This contuining utter shiiite has we wavering to retire a year earlier.
Being a bit poorer and leaving this micromanaged hell hole in one piece looks a lot more appealing.
At least I'm nearly 56.
The God faring bleeding heart majority will continue to roll over to have your tummies tickled and good luck to you because you will need it.
cor blimey what fools
A couple of minutes yelping and hollering has suddenly made dangerous working ok.
A cynical government ruse to distract way from this disaster.
And yet loads of GP cardies absolutely loved it! Oh how wonderful, so powerful!
Robotic sold out government lackey media- friendly fully rehearsed sound bites one session a week double barrelled twit get off your soapbox and do some work on the coal face for a change
Pinky and Perky.
'We need more GPs'.
Well, I never.
There will be none left by the end of his tenure.
No, but Hunt is definitely a (Han)cock
The Government and the RCGP agreed that GPs are ideally placed to do these checks - priced individually at 20 pence, and covered in any case the global sum.
DNAs mean GP less likely to die
'My GP is amazing'...
Spot on Merlin re observations of the older and current GP retirements.
But I've never understood 'take your pension at 55' - with 25% actuarial reduction it will be tiny - how does that work?
I wonder if at his next appraisal this brave GP will be asked how he reflected on this and what he could have done better to avoid inciting such hatred in the first place, and what steps he should take to avoid a repeat..
pseudo DNA late comers - 'please re-book, bye'
I'd like to reflect this back on you, Hancock, and request a complete overhaul of you and your idiotic and incompetent colleagues in politics.
Go for it Al.
I'm with you on this big guy!
Hats off to you for your efforts, but I can't help but feel you have been rather naive to think that you could actually make a difference.
Especially now the NHS is under repressive state control with nothing but hostile regulation/pay cuts/negative media from HMG since 2004 contract after which the only agenda has been to make GPs 'pay penance'.
Lots of fluffy nerds and cardigans getting together once a year waving candles or banners makes sod all difference to anything.
Yep, I'm off in 2.5 years when 57.
So you can add 1 to your survey.