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The Disciplinary Committee of the General Medical Council of Great Britain meets twice yearly to consider cases of alleged professional misconduct.
These cases can range from Disregard of personal responsibility to patients, to Misuse of drugs, or Abuse of professional position to commit adultery.
The Committee consists of a president, a qualified legal adviser, and a number of medical and lay members, who hear the cases and pass judgement.
If a doctor is struck off the register, he ceases to be entitled to practise.
The procedure of the Committee is closely akin to a court of law, but the Committee and its president act as both judge and jury.
Cast & Crew
|A Doctor||Suzan Crowley|
|April Durgan||Muriel Odunton|
|Arthur Matthews||Peter Birch|
|Clerk of the Court||Derek Crewe|
|Dudley Robinson||Frank Shelley|
|John Digby, President’s Adviser||Richard Evans|
|Lord Scarton||Alex Johnston|
|Mary Volgis||Charmian May|
|Maurice Durgan||Kevin Moore|
|Peter Thomas||George Parsons|
|Raymond Palmer||Gilbert Wynne|
|Vivien Palmer||Sonia Woolley|
|Costumes designed by||Barbara Wilson|
|Lighting Designer||Kevin Flynn|
- Added by Peter Hunter.
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