The short article on the Brooke Report (11 June, page 14) posed the question, "Do you think the changes will end the QS rebellion?" I think I speak for most of the QS members when I answer a resounding NO!
The extortionate subscriptions and the fact that the chief executive is grossly overpaid without any obvious benefit to the members of the institution are two issues that are not addressed at all.

More importantly, those who have organised the agenda for the annual meeting on 28 June intend to exclude from debate the following contentious issues: the extravagant increase in subscriptions effective in 2004, the refusal to convene an EGM constitutionally requested, the chief executive's performance and remuneration and the extravagant expenditure of the RICS.