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In the case of Khan v General Teaching Council for England [2010] EWHC 3404 (Admin) Ouseley J said that it was necessary for the appellant to show that the refusal of an adjournment was outside the proper exercise by the PCC of its discretion, that it erred in principle, was based on irrelevant considerations or ignored relevant ones, or was a thoroughly unreasonable or unfair decision.


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