Well the new glossy Tooke Report is out, have a read of it here.
Their 2 new recommendations seem to be :
1) Recommendation 46, be aware of the European Working Time Directive and look for a more flexible way to manage this.
2) Recommendation 47. Lose the roles of the Postgraduate Medical Education and Training Board and have a new body (Medical Education England, MEE) that, "interface between policy development and implementation" and "coordinate coherent advice to Government" amongst others. See pages 64, 65 for the details.
I've spent time reading through this (and I'm slightly bitter that I've wasted time that is now gone and I'll never get back again, ever) but have yet to understand the implications or benefits to junior doctor training of having MEE. Can someone clever explain it to me?