Whitehouse GP appointment poll reported in The Observer

By Mayar Raouf March 31, 2014 7:48 am

A new poll conducted for the Whitehouse Consultancy by ComRes, which showed that more than half of Britons wouldn’t support a charge for GP appointments, has been reported in The Observer – with a new report from the Reform think-tank, written by former Health Minister Lord Warner, today advocating a monthly £10 NHS membership fee.

To read the article in The Observer in full, please click here.

By Mayar Raouf March 31, 2014 7:48 am

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