Rasool v General Pharmaceutical Council

Professional misconduct – Disciplinary proceedings. The appellant appealed against the decision of the respondent General Pharmaceutical Council's Fitness to Practice Committee (the Committee) to remove his name from the register. The Administrative Court, in dismissing the appeal, held that it could not be said that the Committee's chairman had been wrong to conclude that a fair-minded and informed observer would not conclude that there had been a real possibility that the chairman had been biased and to rule that he should not recuse himself. Further, there was no identifiable error of law with respect to the sanction imposed.

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