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The BMA is consulting about how well it serves all four countries of the UK and the effects of devolution in the future.
It is asking its members whether devolution means new GMS will be the last UK-negotiated contract, if the BMA has an English bias and whether devolved countries make disproportionate demands on it.
The questions, part of a three-month consultation on devolution and the BMA, are featured on the organisation's website (www. bma.org.uk).
Responses will influence a report to the BMA's Board of Representation and Political Activities early next month.
Nine strands of discussion feature in the web-based consultation. One asks: …