Medical practitioner – Professional misconduct. The appellant was placed on the Protection of Children and Vulnerable Adults lists. The Administrative Court, in granting an application for judicial review of the Upper Tribunal's (Administrative Appeals Chamber) (UT) initial decision not to grant permission to appeal, held that the failure by the First Tier Tribunal (Health Education and Social Care Chamber) to consider the evidence of a witness was a serious procedural irregularity. The matter was remitted to the UT which dismissed the appeal. The Court of Appeal, Civil Division, in allowing the appeal, held that the UT had been bound by the finding of the Administrative Court and remitted the matter for reconsideration.