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Struck off for exam bribe

GP registrar Dr Harrydath Nandoe has been struck off after starting work at a Chester practice without mentioning he faced a GMC charge of serious professional misconduct.

When placed in October 2001 he was facing charges of offering £500 and chocolates to an assessor to influence his summative assessment.

Despite being found guilty of serious professional misconduct and suspended for 12 months, he carried on practising and applied for a JCPTGP certificate.

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