HC Deb 20 June 1905 vol 147 cc1099-100
MR. WEIR (Ross and Cromarty)

I beg to ask the Secretary of State of the Home Department, having regard to the fact that during recent years twenty names have been struck off the Medical Register by the General Medical Council for infamous conduct in a professional respect, and twelve restored, whilst out of six names removed from the Dentists' Register for a similar cause one has been restored, will he state whether any of those whose names have been restored were originally charged with adultery; and, if any, how many.


The Answer is "None."


Did the right hon. Gentleman obtain his information from the Medical Council? In some cases I shall be prepared to quote to show he is wrong.


I shall be very glad to receive any information the hon. Member may have but I have given him the information I have received.