Health services 'in crisis' as GPs face mounting pressures says Royal College of GPs

A new report into GP pressures suggests that one in four GP staff fear their practice is in danger of closing because of unmanageable workload and rising demand. The document, from the Royal College of GPs (RCGP), says that general practice is "in crisis" and it makes a series of calls to help ease pressures and stop the growing number of GPs from hanging up their stethoscopes. Interview with Professor Kamila Hawthorne, chair of the Royal College of GPs.