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'It's too close to call'

Dr Raghu Lall has approached the Commission for Racial Equality after he says he was frozen out of a deal to share new premises.

Dr Lall, a GP in Mitcham, Surrey, said he feels he was discriminated against when his share of a PFI-financed building was cut from 50 to 30 per cent. He said the decision made moving untenable. 'I feel the PCT has treated one practice more favourably than the other,' he said.

Sutton and Merton PCT said Dr Lall was unable to agree with the developer.

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