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Part-time revolution: How general practice is adapting as GPs reclaim control

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Pissing in the wind ObiOne. You think its just a simple question of money? Or that money is a large part of the root causes? No. A line has been crossed, where no amount of money can make even a conscientious GP want to carry on with the amount of time being demanded or the responsibility/risk of the tasks involved. It's beyond high time we recognised, socialism and its policies, as an experiment has failed or way overreached its point of sustainability, and we tail it back to the bare minimum or root it out completely. Yes, no government would willingly advocate this step for fear of election suicide or to give up power already beholden to the state. Our only hope, is to educate the general public to this fundamental realisation, that they can choose to be selfish and everyone suffers, or they can choose to do what's best for our citizens. Only with public pressure, can the right type of political party then step up to give the public what it needs

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03 Nov 2018

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