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RCGP RSS News FeedCollege response to legal challenge in respect of RCGP Council’s decision (in February 2020) to maintain its position opposing a change in the law on assisted dying.
RCGP Chair Professor Martin Marshall said: “We are very disappointed to hear of this action, especially as we were transparent about our methodology and decision-making processes from the outset of the consultation.
“This was the largest consultation on an issue of public policy that the College has conducted, both in terms of response rate and volume of respondents. It was carried out independently by a renowned research company and the results are public.
“We are also concerned about the timing of this action, in the midst of a global health emergency when the College is working flat out to support GPs who are delivering patient care in the most difficult of circumstances.”