Dentist – Professional misconduct. The appellant dentist appealed against the Professional Conduct Committee (the PCC) of the respondent General Dental Council's findings against him and the order that his name be erased from the register. The Administrative Court, in dismissing the application, held that the PCC's conclusions that the appellant's conduct had been dishonest and financially motivated had not been wrong. Further, the PCC had been amply justified in deciding that only erasure sufficed.