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'This represents the anger from GPs'

GPC deputy chair Dr Richard Vautrey tells Pulse that GPs voting in favour of mass resignation at today’s LMCs Conference represents the ‘anger from the profession’ and 'a desire to see concerted action from NHS England to address the crisis facing general practice’ 

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  • they will argue that they are already taking action as outlined in the Five Year Forward view and more money than ever will be in the pipeline with extra GPs and staff. they will also say they have been listening hence the future increase in funding. they will make out that GPs are like spoilt children who can't wait for xmas day. sadly the xmas presents will be empty boxes and we will have to make do with the wrapping paper and cardboard. they are basically trying to kick the issue into the long term and hope enough of us wait - they will then disappoint us as per usual around the 2020 election and state that 'change' is again required.

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