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The areas where general practice is on the brink of collapse


GP is dying from a triad of excess demand, inadequate funding, and excess regulation. The first two would be fixed by a modest charge for appointments. Fixing the third would require the BMA to act like a Trade Union rather than a doormat.

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31 May 2018

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