£550m public health cuts hit GP workload and put patients at risk, says BMA

The BMA has demanded the reversal of £550m in public health cuts, as GP leaders warned the funding reduction had driven up practice workload and denied patients vital services.

by Jenny Cook
Matt Hancock: prevention focus (Photo: Tolga Akmen/Getty Images)
Matt Hancock: prevention focus (Photo: Tolga Akmen/Getty Images)

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