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Allocations are the final straw ­ I quit

As a retired cremation referee I find it both worrying and disgraceful that some GPs in Berkshire and Buckinghamshire are unwilling to sign part two cremation forms.

There is no risk to any doctor who fills in these forms correctly, which does not take much time and trouble and for which the payment is quite adequate.

Any GP not sure of what he or she should do need only contact the nearest cremation referee, who would be only too willing to help (it would make his or her job much easier).

Dr TC Dann

Cambridge

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