The General Medical Council1 must make regulations with respect to licences to practise2. Such regulations must include provision for or in connection with each of the following matters3: (1) grant of a licence to practise4; (2) refusal of a licence to practise5; (3) withdrawal of a licence to practise6; and (4) revalidation7 of a medical practitioner of a prescribed description whenever a licensing authority sees fit to do so, either as a condition of his continuing to hold a licence to practise or of the practitioner's licence
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