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The Big Interview: Dr Paul Charlson

Dr Paul Charlson, vice chair of Conservative Health and a GP in Yorkshire, talks to Sofia Lind about a possible move to CCG-based perfomance payouts, navel-gazing in the NHS and why Jeremy Hunt is digging himself out of a hole

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  • Typical Tory tosh.

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  • Might I suggest that your "Big Interviews" are preceded by some information including a disclosure of the competing interests of the person being interviewed. You state that Dr Charlson is a GP in Yorkshire. May I therefore assume that, notwithstanding his clear political allegiances, he works, full-time,in a busy medium to large-sized practice with a wide portfolio of services? This is information essential so that we can put iDr Charlson's comments and views into some form of context.

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