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Privatisation is now on the way

Our trusty negotiators say the new contract will control workload. That's poppycock, since we will still have to see anyone who considers themselves to be ill.

To have any increase in earnings the global sum will not be enough, that is already obvious.

The quality payment is the only real means to improve income, but that means we will need to jump through even higher hoops after the three-year stage.

The new contract is really a wolf in sheep's clothing for the eventual privatisation of general practice since any GP with any common-sense will vote No in the ballot.

Dr Wynne Jones

Talbot Green

Bro Taf

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