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‘I want you to come with me,’ he said as he led me down the corridor to the crime scene. ‘I need to show you something.’ And then he added the ominous line: ‘for your education.’
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A salaried GP was told that a practice was opening nearby, and that it was likely to attract patients and income — more than £70,000 in the first year alone — away from her surgery.
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Dave, aged 58, has not worked for about 15 years — ever since the canning factory shut down. Somewhere along the line he has acquired sickness benefits or possibly disability living allowance — he is not sure.
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