Tariquez-Zaman v General Medical Council - Race discrimination claim by Indian doctor [2006] EAT

Dr Zaman (represented by the experienced litigator Dr Chaudhary) claimed, in effect, that the GMC had withdrawn his licence to practise. He took the GMC to an employment tribunal claiming that this was a breach of Race Relations Act 1976 s.12 which makes it unlawful for a "qualifying body" (such as the GMC) to withdraw or vary on race related grounds the terms on which it confers an authorisation to practise.

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