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Data puts male GPs in dock

The BMA is calling on the pay Review Body to raise the GP registrar supplement to 70 per cent. Its demand in evidence to the 2005 review follows the Government's appeal for a cut to aid recruitment to hospitals.

It added GPs in community hospitals should be given a big rise in advance of a formal review next year, GP educators a rise backdated to April and salaried GPs an increase to match new consultant rates.

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