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'Inadequate'-rated GP practice brings judicial review claim against CQC

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@ 9.53am Really am starting to believe that the BMA have been infiltrated by the DoH. The Chris Day case ongoing is quite incredible regarding the manner in which the BMA have been undermining the case. Mark Porter claiming their legal advice advised the case had no merits yet its gone to JR and the BMA appear to be refusing to release their advice. (BMA appears to only mostly use one law firm, Gately, too). Even BMA reps can't believe it. Would be great if PULSE could put together an article of cases in recent years (perhaps Remedy onwards) where they seemd to be barn door for the doctors union yet the BMA either left individuals on their own or even underminned / sued their own members. Nigel, any thoughts on this or perhaps an article on the need for a new doctors union?

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03 Oct 2017

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11:42am

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