Around 66% of GP surgeries that have closed since 2013 were based in poorer-than-average regions, according to new research.
London commissioners are trying to impose their preferred size of primary care network on practices after blocking initial proposals.
NHS England has unveiled plans to help GPs identify and support vulnerable young carers.
The NHS anti-fraud body is to investigate general practice in a bid to crack down on apparently incorrectly claimed GP capitation fees.
The GMC's chief executive has admitted the legal advice the regulator received during the Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba case was wrong and if the same case were to take place now he would not try to have a doctor barred from practice.
An NHS foundation trust in North Yorkshire has taken over another GP practice in Bridlington, which has been badly hit by the GP recruitment crisis, it has emerged.
GPs who have clinical negligence claims made against them under the new NHS indemnity scheme could see their information passed on to the GMC or NHS England for further investigation.
The BMA has called on the Government to immediatly reform the pension system to prevent more doctors from leabing the NHS.
Government appoints new chief medical officer Subscription
The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has appointed Professor Chris Whitty as the new chief medical officer.
EXCLUSIVE CCGs have been blackmailing practices who do not want to have unpopular practices on board the primary care networks, Pulse has learned.
The number of chlamydia tests carried out for young people in general practice fell by 11% in the last year, PHE has found.
Government's plans to halve pension contributions for high earning GPs are 'not enough' to tackle huge tax charges, accountants have warned.
A private company has lost its contract to run GP appointment systems in five Swindon surgeries.
The Government has announced a review to make pensions 'more flexible' for GPs in a bid to tackle retention issues.
Revealed: more surgeries than ever closed last year Subscription
EXCLUSIVE Surgery closures have risen almost eight-fold in six years, a major Pulse investigation has revealed.
A healthcare consultancy firm is charging groups of networks £2,500 for primary care network services.
A new funding package for pharmacy minor ailment training is set to free up GP time, the Welsh Government has said.
A patient in Norfolk has threatened to sue his GP after being told he might have to wait up to 10 weeks to get his ear wax removed.
Fears over increased bills may be coming to pass, finds Lea Legraien
Pension benefits for GPs could be suspended if they are accused of a crime - without necessarily being convicted - under reforms brought in by the Government.