UK LMCs conference 2019: full coverage

Keep up to date with full coverage of the 2019 UK LMCs conference in Belfast, as GP leaders debate the key issues facing the profession.

The 2019 conference comes just weeks after the BMA and NHS England agreed a groundbreaking five-year contract deal for England, backed by significant funding under the NHS long-term plan.

BMA leaders say progress is being made across the UK, with contract reforms, new funding agreed and in particular the start of state-backed indemnity in England and Wales from 1 April. Bookmark this page to keep track of the key votes as GPonline reports on events throughout the two-day UK LMCs conference.

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