The British Medical Association has accused the UK government of trying to dismantle the National Health Service by continuing its policy of introducing so-called polyclinics.

The BMA said that around 1.2 million people, over just a three-week period, have signed a petition calling on the government to support existing GP practices and urging it to stop encouraging large commercial companies into primary care in England.

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The British Medical Association has accused the UK government of trying to dismantle the National Health Service by continuing its policy of introducing so-called polyclinics.

The BMA said that around 1.2 million people, over just a three-week period, have signed a petition calling on the government to support existing GP practices and urging it to stop encouraging large commercial companies into primary care in England.__

The British Medical Association has accused the UK government of trying to dismantle the National Health Service by continuing its policy of introducing so-called polyclinics.

The BMA said that around 1.2 million people, over just a three-week period, have signed a petition calling on the government to support existing GP practices and urging it to stop encouraging large commercial companies into primary care in England.__

The British Medical Association has accused the UK government of trying to dismantle the National Health Service by continuing its policy of introducing so-called polyclinics.

The BMA said that around 1.2 million people, over just a three-week period, have signed a petition calling on the government to support existing GP practices and urging it to stop encouraging large commercial companies into primary care in England.