Your GP 2015 election coverage - all in one place

The country goes to the polls for the first time in five years on 7 May for what promises to be an election that is too close to call.

What do you think of the parties' plans for general practice?
What do you think of the parties' plans for general practice?

Our 2015 Election coverage is gathered together in one module on our website to make it easier for you to keep track of.

It includes health secretary Jeremy Hunt, shadow health secretary Andy Burnham and health minister Norman Lamb answering your questions. We also profile the 11 GPs who are standing for election and take a look at the manifestos and what they mean for GPs.

* Keep an eye on GPonline for election coverage as it happens and analysis of what the result means for GPs. 

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