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An NHS-backed service that would see patients leaving their traditional GP list and registering with an online-only service has been accused of “cherry picking” healthier patients and leaving other NHS services to pick up the pieces.

Royal College of General Practitioners has expressed concern that the online consultation service favours commuters but excludes women who are pregnant and people with mental health conditions, increasing the pressures on community-based GPs