Sait v General Medical Council

Medical practitioner – Disciplinary proceedings. The failure to cross-examine the appellant consultant orthopaedic surgeon comprehensively on an allegation of sexually motivated misconduct had been procedurally unfair. The Administrative Court, in allowing the appellant's appeal, further held that there had been virtually no evidential foundation, nor had there been any clear or sufficient reasoning, for the finding that there had been sexual motivation by the appellant's use of the word 'pretty' at consultations.

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