GPs voted last night to reduce their working hours to 9am to 5pm, claiming that longer days discriminate against those with families.
Family doctors, who earn £111,900 a year on average, will now lobby the NHS to change core opening hours in general practice from the current 8am to 6.30pm, Monday to Friday.
This could mean services are cut by 2.5 hours a day, making it even harder for patients to be seen.
The move comes after new league tables laid bare the extreme difficulties many patients…
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