The judicial review of the medical training application service has not found in favour of the claimant, pressure group, Remedy UK. The High Court ruled that the review group set up to make improvements to MTAS did not act unlawfully. Remedy UK has decided not to appeal.

Responding to the decision, Lord Hunt said that the DoH understood the uncertainty that the system has caused junior doctors and their families, and acknowledged the criticisms that the judgement contains.

'We need to ensure that lessons from what has happened are learned and learned thoroughly.'

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The judicial review of the medical training application service has not found in favour of the claimant, pressure group, Remedy UK. The High Court ruled that the review group set up to make improvements to MTAS did not act unlawfully. Remedy UK has decided not to appeal.

Responding to the decision, Lord Hunt said that the DoH understood the uncertainty that the system has caused junior doctors and their families, and acknowledged the criticisms that the judgement contains.

'We need to ensure that lessons from what has happened are learned and learned thoroughly.'

To read the press release click here