Julia Rynkiewicz, an undergraduate at the University of Nottingham, faced expulsion from her degree after lecturers raised concerns about her fitness to practice.  

University officials later U-turned on their decision and dismissed the case against her, leaving Ms Rynkiewicz, who is Catholic and who lives in southeast London, demanding an apology from university bosses “as a matter of justice”.  

Following the dismissal of the allegations against her, the midwifery student filed a formal complaint with the university. It has now conceded a settlement and apology.  

In response, she said: “Putting my life on hold because of an unjust investigation was really difficult, both mentally and emotionally. 

See the full coverage in The Telegraph here. 

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