Remember the appalling decision (5 November) of the Fitness to Practise Committee of the General Pharmaceutical Council regarding Nazim Ali? I and David Collier were called as Witnesses and I sat through all the hearing after my testimony and blogged comprehensively about it. After the case I found that there is a regulator of the health service industry regulators (the Professional Standards Authority) with the power to refer decisions to the Court if it considers that the public interest has not been served.
The Professional Standards Authority has statutory powers, under Section 29 of the National Health Service Reform and Health Care Professions Act 2002.
I wrote to them; so did UKLFI and CAA.
They had until 31 December to respond … but today we received the good news.
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