Profession awaits judicial review decision

15 December, 2014
 

The BDA has said that it does not expect the judge presiding over the BDA’s judicial review proceedings to give his final judgement today (15 December).

Following a day of arguments from QCs representing both the BDA and the GDC, the profession is still waiting to hear whether the GDC’s planned increase to the ARF will still go ahead.

The hearing, held at the High Court in London, finished at 4.30pm. However, the BDA announced half an hour later that it didn’t expect Mr Justice Cranston to give his final judgement today.

More to follow.

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