Two doctors are banned from acting as company directors after failing to pass on pension contributions

BMJ 2012; 345 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.e8425 (Published 11 December 2012)
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  1. Nigel Hawkes
  1. 1London

Two North London GPs and another man who ran Camidoc, an out of hours service provider, have been banned from acting as company directors for periods totalling more than 14 years after failing to pass on over £700 000 (€870 000; $1.1m) of NHS pension contributions.

The three men—Michael Golding of East Barnet and the GPs Mayor Gor of Finchley and Ivor Robinson of Highgate—were using the money to keep the company afloat after it ran into financial difficulties in the period …

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