LMC defies GPs' demand to stand down
The Shipman Inquiry is to publish an extra report detailing its investigations into the killer's four-year spell working at a hospital in Yorkshire.
The report will cover Shipman's time as a pre-registration house officer and senior house officer at Pontefract General Infirmary between 1970 and 1974.
Publication will come after the inquiry's fifth report in December covering monitoring and disciplinary systems and complaints which is expected to make recommendations on the future of the GMC.
Investigations into Shipman's spell at the hospital began following his death in January this year, after a health professional raised concerns.
The investigations are continuing and no date has been set for the report's publication.