1 OCTOBER 2019 – UPDATE – ICO SLAPS DECISION NOTICE ON GMC!

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GREAT NEWS regarding my complaint to the GMC about the PACE authors

The Information Commissioner’s Office [ICO] has slapped a Decision Notice on the GMC. The GMC must release the evidence base for its determination not to investigate the PACE authors or admit that there was no evidence base for that decision. If there is no evidence base, then I will take the decision not to investigate the PACE authors to the High Court for a Judicial Review.

The GMC has consistently refused to release any evidence base for its decision not to investigate the PACE authors and so one might assume that there is no evidence base!

BRIEF SUMMARY

The ICO has determined that the GMC was in breach of the FOIA when it failed to give proper reasons to me as to why it determined not to investigate the PACE authors. The GMC now has 35 calendar days to provide the evidence base for its refusal to investigate the PACE authors or to state that it has no evidence base. If it does not, it will be held in contempt of court. If it transpires that there is no evidence base for the GMC’s decision not to investigate the PACE authors, then I will take that decision to the High Court for Judicial Review.

https://www.drmyhill.co.uk/drmyhill/images/1/18/Signed_Decision_Notice.pdf

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