A disgraced doctor and his son must do unpaid work after setting up a string of bogus businesses in a £50,000 VAT fraud.

Struck-off Dr David Waghorn , 55, and his 27-year-old son James Waghorn, created eight businesses to falsely claim back VAT on books, medical supplies and clothes they said they had sold.

But in reality, no sales ever took place and an investigation by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) discovered they used the money to fund their lifestyle, including dining out in restaurants.
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