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Conversion therapy doctor reported

Gay row

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A psychiatrist and former adviser to Iris Robinson who claimed he could convert gay people to heterosexuality has been reported to the General Medical Council.

Dr. Paul Miller worked for Iris Robinson when she was chair of the Health Committee at Stormont.

A journalist who went undercover and received his therapy has now complained to the General Medical Council, claiming it was damaging and disturbing.

BBC Newsline's Tara Mills has this exclusive report.

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