MATTUMinimal Access Therapy Training Unit (UK)
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A tribunal decided that Dr Mattu had been targeted by his former employers after making whistleblowing allegations against the Trust.
Dr Mattu, who earned PS70,000-a-year, had been dismissed in 2010 after being suspended for almost eight years.
The offer was made by hospital chief David Loughton, Dr Mattu said.
Dr Mattu publicly exposed overcrowding and fears for patient safety at Walsgrave Hospital in Coventry in 2001, claiming that there may have been avoidable deaths as a result.
Let us now encourage these students to get back to their studies," Mattu told M AIL T ODAY .
Mattu, who joined eight years ago when the school had only about 350 students, is being credited with its growth that has reached almost 3,500 students now.
Graiseley-based Coun Mattu spoke of his "disgust" at his son's latest conviction but said he would not answer fresh calls for him to resign.
In February 2002 the Telegraph reported that Dr Mattu had been suspended by the trust amid allegations of bullying.
Furious Mr Mattu, aged 62, struck the masked raider with such ferocity on the back as he chased him away that the broom handle broke in July 2007.
His father is Labour councillor Elias Mattu, who has repeatedly spoken out about gang violence and was once a cabinet member for Neighbourhoods and Community Safety.
Dr Mattu must now be retrained as he has not worked or seen patients since February 2002.
Instead of being praised for speaking out, hospital bosses ordered Dr Mattu off the premises and began legal action to sack him over claims of bullying.