Self-regulation in doubt for GMC post-Shipman

The General Medical Council could become subject to political regulation if it does not speed up suspension procedures after the Shipman murder case. Ministers are thought to have become impatient with GMC claims that its procedures cannot be quickened without legislative reform.

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