Doctors vote for GP surgeries to shut at 5pm making it even harder to secure appointments


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Family GPs have voted to cut their working days by 2.5 hours as Britons struggle to find appointments.

Doctors have voted to lobby the NHS for shorter working days at the annual conference of England’s local medical committees (LMCs).

Their decision would see them open their doors and leave for home with the rest of the country, working from 9am to 5pm.

They complained on Thursday that current arrangments are “patriarchal” and don’t consider parents. 


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