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We should quit commissioning

What is the point in ‘striking' as a GP when we've still got to see our patients, and the routine paperwork that we have to put off will make a mountain the next day?

Instead, we should threaten to withdraw from commissioning until the Government comes back to the table and moves on pensions.

But perhaps too many of our leaders are already tied into the commissioning process to make this a workable option.

From Dr Richard Adams, Leeds

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