HC Deb 27 November 1912 vol 44 cc1261-2
59. Sir J. D. REES

asked whether in the negotiations now proceeding between the Treasury and the medical profession, it is to be understood that he is prepared to guarantee 7s. to the doctors, in consideration of their submitting themselves in their professional life and conversation to the judgment of local medical committees on which they will have little representation?


The answer is in the negative. No doctors are required to submit their "professional life and conversation" to local medical committees; and so far from local doctors having little representation on local medical committees, these committees are entirely composed of and appointed by the local doctors.

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