Note, however, how the Daily Mail still manages to distort the stories to suit its UK unionist agenda.
For example a subheading of the piece refers to 'Naseem Hussein' described as being 'from East Kilbride, Scotland'. The story, however, then states that the Hussein was struck off by a general practitioner in Guildford, Surrey. And that was 4 years ago. It also states that Hussein found another g.p. (presumably also in Surrey) 6 weeks later. Note also how no picture of Hussein is provided by the Daily Mail. Instead there is a another image given which is captioned 'pictured (sic) posed by models'.
Also - with regard to the piece as a whole then let's not forget that most g.p. practices are outside the NHS as such. They tend to be private partnerships which simply bill the NHS for all the NHS patients they see. Personally I think that is a good thing. This Englishman would like to see all of the 'UK' NHS privatised. Yes - there should be basic national health insurance but it should be just that - basic.
The NHS was set up in 1948 - the same year as the notorious British Nationality Act which gave the right of abode in England to a quarter of the world's population. The NHS and mass immigration have been inextricably linked ever since. They feed off each other. Tax-spending on the UK NHS is also now way out of control. It's effectively choking the life out of the English economy and choking the life out of the English.