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Watchdog fails GPs over flucloxacillin risks

The NHS presents a paradox ­ poverty in the land of plenty. So many doctors in the UK are unemployed and yet the NHS still keeps talking about recruiting medical manpower from overseas.

The Government must be aware there is an army of well-trained 'middle-grade' doctors. Most are well qualified and trained in their specialty and can be used in a much better way.

For instance, walk-in centres could be slightly upgraded to allow them to perform minor surgery or endoscopy.

Dr A Kumer

Bolton

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