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Drop the CQC? I’m with Copperfield

Copperfield was on the ball with his article on CQC registration. (Standardised into submission) How has the BMA colluded on such rubbish?

It will not make any real difference, as the CQC regulating body has proved its incompetence time and again. They regularly bury their heads in the piles of information collected so that, when alerted to misdemeanours and poor practice, they are unable – or unwilling – to respond. Surely if the majority of us refuse to engage in this task, we will not have to pay for the privilege.

From Dr Kevin D'Mello, Hucknall, Nottinghamshire

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