So the bma is soon to ballot it's members on whether or not to lobby parliament to charge for some NHS services.
Primarily the ballot will be about somekind of charge for an NHS GP consultation.
Background is that the agreed NHS budget increase cannot support the increasing demand on services and GPs have previously (separately) voted in favour of a consultation charge of upto £25.
Realistically the bma would likely lobby (should the vote go in favour) for a maximum charge of £5 for gp visits and 'walk in' A and E consultations.
Clearly the NHS isn't really working out and is unsustainable at current and projected funding levels and there is no easy solution.