Sir Cliff’s victory: Why registrants with the General Dental Council should care.

From RadcliffesLeBrasseur via Lexology At the heart of the judgment in Richard v BBC lies the significant determination that “as a matter of general principle, a suspect has a reasonable expectation of privacy in relation to a police investigation”. …..the judgment provides a useful opportunity to consider a long standing and unprincipled disparity between theContinue reading “Sir Cliff’s victory: Why registrants with the General Dental Council should care.”

HPV vaccination – isn’t it time?

The science is there, isn’t it time the political will was there? Dear Dr Rees, I wanted you to be the first to know. We’ve just got word that the UK Government’s scientific advisors have finally listened, and have recommended expansion of Human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccination programme to cover school-age boys. HPV has beenContinue reading “HPV vaccination – isn’t it time?”

It’s never my fault…

“It is a remarkable fact, but few businesses ever seem to fail because of excessive leverage, misconceived strategies, or inability to meet the needs of their customers. They struggle because banks unreasonably refuse further credit, or because of unseasonable weather, or some unexpected adverse effect such as a terrorist attack. Most often, however, their difficultiesContinue reading “It’s never my fault…”