What alternative health

practitioners might not tell you



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This bill was eventually passed as the Chiropractors Act 1994 and is described as follows:

"An Act to establish a body to be known as the General Chiropractic Council; to provide for the regulation of the chiropractic profession, including making provision as to the registration of chiropractors and as to their professional education and conduct; to make provision in connection with the development and promotion of the profession; to amend, and make provision in connection with, the Osteopaths Act 1993; and for connected purposes."

On his blog profile Lidington describes the passing of this bill as his "proudest political achievement", and states that "I believe that this piece of legislation has made a real difference to many people’s lives" (Skeptical Voter website)