Their celebrations gave rise to numerous critical appraisals of exactly what
has been achieved by them in those 25 years from ME/CFS sufferers'
perspective (this being the disorder in which the Wessely School profess to be the experts and which they are allegedly studying in the £5 million MRC PACE Trial,
even though on 12th May 2004 the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department of Health, Dr Stephen Ladyman,
confirmed that GPs were offered financial inducements – a more refined term than "bribes" – to persuade patients who do not suffer from ME/CFS to agree to be entered into the trial, which would seem to indicate that something is seriously wrong with the PACE trial