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Challenge to professional criteria

This report relates to 1 case(s)

In Rovenska v General Medical Council the Court of Appeal has ruled that a Czech-born doctor was not out of time for complaining that the refusal by the General Medical Council to exempt her from a test set for registration as a medical practitioner was indirectly racially discriminatory. Each time she was refused, there was a further act which could be challenged as unlawfully discriminatory.