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GP suspended after secretly filming CQC inspections

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Hats off to our colleague. I understand him as have myself recorded meetings with NHSE after being verbally abused by NHSE Managers and mocked at a meeting in the presence of impotent LMC officials who were there to support me. And I would be glad to put it to the national media as the Manager at the enxt meeting when I decided to record for my safety - blatantly bragged he did not care a damn about patient opinion. The arrogance was so great that I paraphrased the question initially put by the LMC representative twice more- and he insisted - I don't care what patients say! Our colleague is in Kent and we are subject to abuse once too often and independently colleagues are resorting to ways to protect themselves. This particular case is odd. CQC is not happy to be recorded? Do they have something to hide? If a Doctor comments on incongruencies in their actions, should they not contemplate first instead of attacking and demanding the post be taken down?. Is it arrogance or a refusal to reflect on the comments? Lastly, do we live in a democracy and whether these so called Inspectors consider themselves above accountability for their actions so they do not accept any criticism? Lot of questions there, which we all need to consider and the establishment needs to take into account. ostracizing is easy, discussing difficult issues is what is required.

Posted date

09 Dec 2018

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5:12pm

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