Law reports

Khan v General Medical Council [1994] IRLR 646 CA

Reports relating to this case:

  • Discrimination: Doctors' registration requirements challenged

    1 March 1995

    In Khan v General Medical Council, the Court of Appeal holds that a doctor's right to apply to a review board for a review of the Council's decision not to grant him full registration was a proceeding "in the nature of an appeal", and so an industrial tribunal could not consider his complaint of racial discrimination.

  • Meaning of appeal

    1 December 1994

    The right to a review of a decision of the General Medical Council is a proceeding "in the nature of an appeal" such as to preclude a complaint of race discrimination from being brought before an industrial tribunal, the Court of Appeal has ruled in Khan v General Medical Council.