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Personal health plans may cause rebellion against GPs

Dr Jonathan Fluxman's practice is resisting a compulsory purchase order served by Westminster city council so it can start work on a £5 billion regeneration project.

The practice has objected that plans for a new health centre built as part of the Paddington Basin project do not meet NHS standards on privacy and access.

Dr Fluxman said he hoped the two-year battle could soon be over as he had found alternative premises for refurbishment and planned to make a proposal to the council.

'I have not been willing to compromise on standards for my patients,' he said.

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