Mulholland v Nursing and Midwifery Council [2016] EWHC 952 (Admin)

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This case appears to suggest that a Panel is not required, as recent authorities have suggested, to give increasingly more detailed reasons for their decisions. This case also confirms that a Panel is not required to address every single facet of every piece of evidence, only those facets and pieces of evidence which prove, or fail to prove (as the case may be), the charges against the Registrant.

Accordingly, the Panel is entitled to accept evidence even where it is uncorroborated.