The Solicitors Disciplinary Tribunal have struck Phil Shiner off the SRA register.
We have received such a huge wave of support that we believe that, in the eyes of the public, Derek’s name is already cleared.
The GMC have said: ‘We carried out a thorough and independent investigation into the allegations that we received about Dr Keilloh. That case relied on a substantial body of witness evidence……’
‘For that reason we don’t believe the panel’s decision to erase Dr Keilloh from the medical register is called into question by Mr Shiner’s professional conduct.’
We ask: if that 'substantial body of evidence' was supplied by Phil Shiner, had it already been manipulated and embellished? At what point in time did Phil Shiner begin to behave unprofessionally?
Please do continue to encourage friends and family to sign our petition: https://you.38degrees.org.uk/p/support-Derek-Keilloh
We really value all the support we have had and are still getting
Thank you all!
To: Parliament and the GMC/MPTS
Clear Derek Keilloh's name
Dear 3,811 signatories of the ‘Support Derek Keilloh’ campaign,
Thank you all for the support you have given Derek to help to clear his
name. In an effort to put right what was clearly a travesty of justice,
we may not have managed to change the minds of the MPTS/GMC, but the
invaluable support you gave has undoubtedly upheld him through the
challenges of moving forward.
The beginning of this year marked a time when he could apply to restore
his name to the medical register. After a great deal of thought he has
decided to continue with his current career where he is valued for his
intelligence and strong work ethic - an honest decent man of integrity
with his self-esteem restored. He has changed this story of injustice to
one of success, thanks not only to his own application, but also to you,
his stalwart supporters.
What a loss to the NHS.
We will be closing this petition site down, but for the time being you
can to read this update in more detail and contact us//by logging on to
http://www.justice4drkeilloh.org.uk until September 2018.
Thank you all
Robert and Judith Nicholls