HC Deb 29 October 1985 vol 84 c441W
Sir Anthony Grant

asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what information he has as to the number of representations made by the General Medical Council to the Privy Council under the various acts relating to qualifying examinations for National Health Service medical practitioners since 1978 and as to what action was taken as a result.

Mr. Hayhoe

I understand that the Privy Council has had only one representation since 1978 about qualifying examinations under the Medical Act 1978. As a result, the University of Leicester was entitled to award primary qualifications registrable under the Act.