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Half of GPs believe pressures on the health service means they cannot guarantee the safety of their patients, a new poll reveals. The Royal College GPs sound that 85% thought their profession was “in crisis”, while 93% said working in general practice had become more stressful in the past five years.
Andy Burnham said the period covered by the report into the CQC covered actions of this government and the last government. "The period in the report relates from...
John Woodcock said the independent report into the Care Quality Commission showed the regulator was not fit for purpose. "The independent report is so shocking an...
SNP press release The UK government’s plan to cap the number of times patients can visit their local doctor has been condemned by the SNP. A Tory consultation d...
Labour press release Andrew Gwynne MP, Labour's Shadow Health Minister, responding to the Royal College of General Practitioners' survey showing half of GPs say t...
Professor Norman Williams said surgeons were generally supportive of plans to publish information about the outcomes of operations, but warned the data must take acc...
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