The National Archives
Extract from the minutes of a meeting between David Lloyd George and representatives of Friendly Societies January 1913. The man speaking is Mr NJ Lee, one of the Friendly Society representatives
(PRO ref: T 172/104)
You need to study the source carefully before you decide whether it supports or contradicts any of the reasons in the Big Question.
According to the source, how many doctors were serving on National Insurance panels in London?
Would Lloyd George see this as an achievement?
Would the speaker in the source agree with him?
What are the main concerns about doctors which are expressed in this source?