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In advance of his appearance before the committee as part of the examination of direct elections to the Health Board Bill, Dean Marshall, chairman of the BMA Scottish GP Committee, explains the reasons why the BMA is against the Bill. He said: It is clear to us that the public and the profession will not feel involved in decisions about changes to local health services, but the introduction of direct elections to NHS boards can not solve the problem.

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