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A prescription for protest

A disgruntled financial adviser was left raging after he was approached with the proposal to advertise his firm at the local GP centre. Filip Slipaczek, principal of F Slipaczek, was furious when community network, which works on behalf of UK medical centres, asked him for a considerable fee. He intends to take up the complaint with his MP.

According to Mr Slipaczek, doctors and the medical institute already earn enough and should not be looking to take any more money from hard-working taxpayers. He said: “The NHS is not a charity and yet here we have the health service prostituting itself”.

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