Later this week I will set out on this Blog the ten questions BCA members should perhaps now be asking of the BCA about launching this case.
Nothing controversial, just questions dealing with what one would hope a responsible professional representative body should have properly considered before risking (a) members' money, (b) possibly the reputation of the BCA, and (c) perhaps even the reputation of Chiropractic itself, on what increasingly appears to me to be a rather unfortunate enterprise.
It may well be that the BCA has already fully addressed the issues my questions will raise. After all, they did tell the Sunday Telegraph that a lot of thought had gone into the decision...
In the meantime, here's Ben Goldacre's brilliant summary of the unfortunate case:
"Pathetic, pathetic, pathetic, pathetic, crass, revealing, and pathetic"