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'If the government were as open with us as we have to be with our patients, we would feel a lot happier'

Pulse spoke to GP Dr Neeta Ghosh-Chowdhury about taking industrial action at the first BMA pensions roadshow in London.

Pulse spoke to GP Dr Neeta Ghosh-Chowdhury about taking industrial action at the first BMA pensions roadshow in London.

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