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Stop the hassle ­ and I'll come back

I am a retired GP under 60 years of age. I would come back to general practice if I could practise without hassle from politicians.

I read your news story 'Golden hellos make little impact on GP jobs crisis' (November 25) and could not believe that politicians can be so narrow-minded.

The £5,000 incentive payment is peanuts. We don't need peanuts, we need decent wages and a good quality of life with no interference from politicians.

Dr Som Mehta

Retired GP


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