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The item outlining the RCGP's manifesto (News, April 23) reveals the body's hypocrisy when it says that 'failure to engage GPs in policymaking led to central diktats'.

I am amazed the RCGP has the gall to criticise others when it has ignored the grassroots. It appears that only a 'minority' group of GPs sitting in ivory towers are able to formulate policies which they claim to be for the masses.

The RCGP needs a reality check and to keep its own house in order before telling others what is possible and what is not acceptable.

Dr KS Pandher

Oxford

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