NAGP goes into liquidation

By Niamh Cahill | May 22, 2019

The NAGP has entered into voluntary liquidation, GP members have been informed.  In an official member update from NAGP Directors Drs Andrew Jordan and James Stacey, issued at lunchtime today (Wednesday 22 May), it was announced the trade union’s holding company (NAGP) had entered voluntary liquidation with “regret and a heavy heart”. …

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