Extracts from the Telegraph:
"Dr Jacqueline Mitton, the chairman of the Fitness to Practise panel, said Prof Southall had "deep-seated attitudinal problems".
"Your misconduct is so serious that it is fundamentally incompatible with your continuing to be a registered medical practitioner," she said."
"The latest case involved a woman, named only as Mrs M, whose 10-year-old son hanged himself in 1996.
The medical council hearing was told that Prof Southall refused to believe her version of events.
He insisted that she had taken needles from the hospital where she worked to give him a lethal dose of drugs. Police officers found no evidence to back his claims."