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Watch it happen: GPs vote on mass resignation

Delegates at the Special LMCs Conference vote overwhelmingly to carry a motion proposing that ‘the GPC should canvass GPs on their willingness to submit undated resignations’ unless negotiations with government for a rescue package for general practice are 'concluded successfully within six months’

 

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Readers' comments (3)

  • Hunt is ruthless. We can only win if we are as ruthless.

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  • I agree with the possibility that this is an engineered strike but to do nothing in the face of such provocation is to invite further attack. The Govt has anticipated a wishy -washy response and so far have been proved right . Sharks need a good sock in the eye otherwise they will bite your arm off . " You're gonna need a bigger boat "

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  • I have to say, I hope they do vote for mass resignation, even if it's only a gesture.Enough already. It's time the Government woke up to the fact that whilst the NHS needs GPs, GPs don't necessarily need the NHS.

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