General Medical Council v Nwachuku and another; R (on the application of Nwachuku) v General Medical Council

Medical practitioner – Professional conduct committee. The Medical Practitioners Tribunal had been wrong to find that the first respondent's conduct, including dishonestly submitting a claim form for locum shifts which stated he had worked until a specified time when he had not, had not constituted an impairment of his fitness to practise. Accordingly, the Administrative Court quashed its determination on impairment and remitted the issue of sanction.

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