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Show them GPs’ pay is a bargain

GPs in the Irish Republic charge a fee per consultation, averaging 50 Euros for a surgery running from nine to five, and up to 100 Euros for early morning surgeries, from seven to nine, or evening consultations.

The BMA should use that to demonstrate to the Government and the public the bargain they continue to receive from UK GPs.

From Dr Michael Slattery, Hitchin, Hertfordshire

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