Dr John Roylance v The General Medical Council Oral judgment upon petition: PC 19 Jan 1999

(Medical Act 1983) Discussions in camera by the professional conduct committee of the General Medical Council attracted public interest immunity and were not disclosable to the party before the council.
Lord Clyde
Times 27-Jan-1999, [1999] UKPC 3, [2000] 1 AC 311
Bailii, PC
England and Wales
Cited by:
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