Video: Shami Chakrabarti Q&A with GPs on patient data, assisted dying and human rights

Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti won a standing ovation for her keynote speech at the RCGP annual conference on Friday. Watch a video of her responses to questions from GPs below.

Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti: Q&A with GPs at RCGP conference (Photo: Gevi Dimitrak)
Liberty director Shami Chakrabarti: Q&A with GPs at RCGP conference (Photo: Gevi Dimitrak)

Speaking at the RCGP annual conference 2015 in Glasgow, the campaigning lawyer told GPs the profession should not be afraid to use its voice to stand up against inequality.

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