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BUT SAGA GOES ON THE long-running saga of heart specialist Raj Mattu at Coventry's University Hospital is set to drag on even longer - despite him being sacked.

He was first suspended by hospital bosses nine years ago and the dispute has already cost taxpayers more than pounds 6 million.

Dr Mattu has now been formally dismissed, but he is planning to appeal against the decision and that means the

FULL STORY: PAGE 7 SKY BLUES TARGET LEAGUE DOUBLE BACK PAGE SEARCH AFTER DOG ATTACK POLICE are hunting a man who let his dog viciously attack a teenager in a case of mistaken identity.

The 18-year-old victim had to be treated in hospital after being bitten several times by the dog before being assaulted by its owner.

Det Con Richard Hibberd said: "We're sure the teenager was a victim of mistaken identity and the offender believed him to be someone else."

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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Mar 4, 2011
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