25 July 2018 – BBC News
A court heard that the decision to suspend rather than dismiss a doctor over the death of a boy was “humane and balanced”.
Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba was struck off due to mistakes in the care of Jack Adcock, six, after a criminal trial.
The Court of Appeal heard her removal for a “one-off mistake” had robbed the NHS of a “young and talented” doctor.
Lawyers for the General Medical Council said any other sanction undermined its rules and her manslaughter conviction.