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GP charged on morphine injection

A GP will appear before a crown court on manslaughter charges next week after he allegedly killed a patient with a morphine injection.

Dr Narendra Sinha of Liverpool is alleged to have killed the elderly patient while working as a locum in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, in 2001.

Dr Sinha, who has been suspended by the GMC, appeared before magistrates last week. No plea was entered and he is on conditional bail.

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