Scottish Government urged to increase investment in GP services nationwide
The Scottish Government has been urged to increase its investment in GP services across Scotland.
It follows a pledge by the Conservatives in England to create an estimated 50 million extra appointments at GP surgeries.
According to the Tories, its £2 billion spending programme will see Scotland receive an additional £200 million in Barnett funding.
And the Scottish Tories say that entire figure must be directed towards GP services in Scotland.
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