Category Archives: PERROTT

Email to Clare Gerada, Chair of Council, Royal College of General Practitioners

Dear Dr Gerada, Further to my email to you of 23 March 2013 I would like your opinion regarding the huge increase in psychotropic drugs prescribed in England in the last 6 years. Psychotropic drugs dispensed extracted from the Prescription … Continue reading

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Email to Clare Gerada, Chair of Council of the Royal College of General Practitioners, (March 23 2013)

Dear Dr Gerada, I am writing to express concerns about the RCGP and you regarding involuntary tranquilliser addiction: 1. Your statements on the subject contain misconceptions, inaccuracies and assertions which are not based on any scientific evidence or data. 2. … Continue reading

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Email from John Perrott to Dr Clare Gerada, Chair of the Council of the Royal College of General Practitioners (07 March 2013)

Dear Dr Gerada, In the paper attached which you co-wrote in 2002 on prescribed tranquillisers you acknowledge that ” there are an estimated 1 – 1.5 million long-term users:” In the Daily Mail article today you are quoted as saying … Continue reading

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Email from John Perrott to Edward Corbett, Ministerial Correspondence and Public Enquiries, Department of Health (15 August 2012)

Dear Edward Corbett, Thank you for your response to my email your ref DE00000718958. You have yet again not answered the specific question I asked in my last correspondence. This has led me to lodge a third complaint with the … Continue reading

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Email from Edward Corbett, Ministerial Correspondence and Public Enquiries, Department of Health to John Perrott (14 August 2012)

Our ref: DE00000718958 Dear Mr Perrott, Thank you for your further email of 6 August about the treatment for involuntary addiction. I have been asked to reply. Whilst there are some good specialist services to support recovery from prescription and … Continue reading

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Email from John Perrott to Joanne Miles, Ministerial Correspondence and Public Enquiries, Department of Health (02 July 2012)

Your ref: DE00000705127 Dear Joanne Miles, Thank you for your response of 12 June 2012. I would be grateful for clarification on a number of statements and assertions you made in your response to me. 1. You say that “Although … Continue reading

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Email from Angela Gillen, Ministerial Correspondence and Public Enquiries, Department of Health to John Perrott (12 June 2012)

Dear Mr Perrott, Thank you for your email of 15 May to Earl Howe about your freedom of information request to Inner North West London primary care trusts. I have been asked to reply on the Minister’s behalf. I read … Continue reading

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Email from Joanne Miles, Ministerial Correspondence and Public Enquiries, Department of Health to John Perrott (12 June 2012)

Our ref: DE00000705127 Dear Mr Perrott, Thank you for your correspondence of 28 May about the prescription statistics 2011/12 from the Prescription Cost Analysis. I have been asked to reply. Although the total number of prescriptions listed in the Prescription … Continue reading

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Email from John Perrott to Earl Howe, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Health (15 May 2012)

Dear Earl Howe, Attached is a FOI response on behalf of Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, Brent, Harrow, Hounslow, Hillingdon and Ealing PCTs. This is a typical response I have received from PCTs in England and directly contradicts statements and assertions … Continue reading

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Email from John Perrott to Earl Howe, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Health (13 May 2012)

Dear Earl Howe, I am writing to you as it has come to my attention that in all communications including correspondence and debates, neither you or Anne Milton MP or the DH has used the term involuntary tranquilliser addiction but … Continue reading

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