Regina (SS) v Knowsley NHS Primary Care Trust; Regina (Ghosh) v Northumberland NHS Care Trust: Admn 19 Feb 2006

The doctors complained of their removal from the respondents’ ‘performers lists’.
Held: A primary care trust when holding such an oral hearing had to allow doctor to have legal advocay. Though no such right was granted by the regulations nor was it excluded. Where there were disputed issues of fact, a doctor ought to have opportunity to test any evidence against him face to face and by cross examination.


[2006] EWHC 26(Admin), Times 02-Feb-2006


England and Wales

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CitedMalik, Regina (on the Application of) v Waltham Forest PCT and Secretary of State for Health Admn 17-Mar-2006
The doctor had been suspended on full pay whilst allegations against him were investigated. He claimed that the suspension infringed his human rights and that his licence to practice was a possession.
Held: At the disciplinary proceedings: . .
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Health Professions

Updated: 07 July 2022; Ref: scu.238875