Regulations made by the General Medical Council1 provide for the withdrawal of a licence to practise2 from a medical practitioner: (1) where the practitioner has failed to comply with prescribed requirements3; (2) where the licence to practise was fraudulently procured or otherwise incorrectly granted4; (3) where the medical practitioner requests that the licence to practise be withdrawn5; and (4) in such other cases or circumstances as may be prescribed6.
The regulations also make provision for and in connection with authorising or requiring a licensing authority7, in such cases or circumstances as may be prescribed, to restore a licence to practise
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