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Above all, we must protect our patients

We should not do anything that will directly affect patient care – our strongest assets are our patients.

What would hurt the Government the most?

If we pulled out of the new reforms – and especially anything to do with the CCGs – then we'd see some action from the Department of Health.

The way this has been handled by the BMA is poor, and I do feel this is turning into an own goal.

I for one will not be withdrawing services on 21 June.

From Dr Gary Taylor, Woodbridge, Suffolk

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