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Most GPs not participating in strike

14th June 2012

Surveys have suggested that most GPs are not intending to participate in the BMA’s industrial action over pensions on 21 June.

A survey undertaken by NHS Gloucestershire found that just 26% of the 51 practices and 261 GPs who responded to the PCT were planning to take action, while a survey by the GP newspaper Pulse found just 29% of GPs expect their practice to take part fully in the day of action and a further 15% expected that some parts of the practice will participate.

 

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Article Information

Title: Most GPs not participating in strike
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 22135
Date Added: 14th Jun 2012

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