Timeline: top GPonline stories of 2015

It's been an eventful year for general practice and the wider medical profession, with GPs facing spiralling workload and recruitment pressure alongside government plans for seven-day services, junior doctors close to strike action and an increasingly bitter relationship between GPs and the CQC. Click through our timeline below to see some of the GPonline coverage of events this year.

Click through the pages to read some of GPonline's top investigations of 2015, and coverage of junior doctor strike plans, the LMCs special conference, the GP trainee shortfall, funding and more.

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