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By David Keene
Allowing states to innovate could reduce dependency on bureaucracy
Topic - Peter Saunders
"I expect that some serious questions will be asked in parliament and elsewhere about this matter in the coming days," he said, "and I would not be surprised if some government ministers got very angry as a result, or if a doctor, or a group of doctors and nurses, contemplated bringing a legal case against the College."
"I want us to forget Jimmy Savile. He is not worthy of memory," Saunders said. "But I want us to remember his many victims."