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Rural GPs reassured on pay

The GPC has reassured rural GPs they will not lose money as a result of a new system which will replace Chapter 10.5 and mileage payments.

The two awards, respectively worth around £25,000 to rural GPs in Scotland and up to £130,000 for all UK GPs, are to be scrapped under the new contract.

Dr Mary Church, joint-chair of the Scottish GPC, said the replacement systems would be fairer and more beneficial to GPs.

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