The test of whether statements made are antisemitic is objective: intention and character are not relevant to their assessment

The test of whether statements made are antisemitic is objective: intention and character are not relevant to their assessment


CategoryNews Author Fenella Morris QC Date

Fenella Morris QC acted for the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care in a successful appeal against a decision of the General Pharmaceutical Council’s Fitness to Practise Committee that statements made by Mr Ali were not antisemitic, and the case was remitted back.

You can read the full judgment here.


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