The Rev Robert Lloyd-Richards, chairman of the The Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) fitness to practise panel which heard the case, told Patel he had an "unwarranted confidence" in his ability, "a deep-seated attitudinal problem" and also "lacked insight".
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