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Launch of 'GPs without Principals'

Dr Rachel McKenzie says she feels 'powerless' over proposed changes to NHS pensions.

Dr McKenzie, a GP in Dunvegan, Skye, who qualified in 2000, is one of the younger cadre of GPs most affected by proposals in the NHS Pensions review. It proposed raising the retirement age for NHS staff from 60 to 65.

Dr McKenzie said: 'It's another example of the Government reducing the benefit of working in the NHS.'

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