So, for anyone aware of the UK Government. It was proposed to give GPs (General Practitioners) 80% of the Health Budget, which will shake the NHS quite a bit. Is it right to give GPs £80bn of the £100bn Health Budget, baring in mind that they practise medicine. Wikipedia definition of GP: IMO, the country follows a hierarchy where your most common visit is to your GP - for common illnesses that aren't exactly serious. If you feel there's a serious issue you'd go straight to the hospital. It's not comforting to know that my health (in the case of a serious illness) is in the hands of a service with only a £20bn budget, and a huge patient base.