Radeke v General Medical Council

Dentist – Professional misconduct. The appellant oral surgeon appealed against the Professional Conduct Committee (the Committee) of the respondent General Dental Council's finding of dishonesty and its decision to erase him from the register. The Administrative Court, in allowing the appeal, held that the Committee had been wrong to conclude that the appellant had perjured himself at a coroner's inquest and quashed aspects of its findings. The sanction of erasure would be quashed and the matter remitted to a differently constituted panel to consider afresh the question of sanction in the light of the findings of the Committee which remained.

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