General Practice is "having a very hard time" as GPs are asked to care for more patients with limited resources, the National Secretary of the Family Doctor Association said.
Dr Simon Abrams told Good Morning Britain GPs were expected to do much more but it was "very difficult to meet these challenges without added resources".
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