Must have missed this. Whilst I agree with you up to a point, there does come a time when people need to realise that the salaries they earn should reflect to a great extent their skills, but also the amount of work and responsibility they must be prepared to commit to. An experienced GP earns a significant amount of money from the NHS, as well as having the opportunity to do private work. Most of their previously routine tasks such as answering the phone, taking blood tests, being on call outside of normal hours etc have been, rightly taken off them. However, still there is a demand to reduce the workload further but not the remuneration. That's not the way it works for most of us. Therefore, the demand created by all these overstretched GPs quitting to do whatever, is made up of foreign nations. Take away free movement, which Brexit surely will and the supply of people willing to do the job from Europe being drastically reduced is going to be significant.