GP charged with killing wife could be back at work in six months

A SYDNEY GP accused of murdering his wife with fast-acting insulin has lost an appeal against a suspension order but could be practising again in six months.

Dr Brian Crickitt was suspended last December, a few weeks after police charged him with the murder of his wife Christine, who was found dead on the floor of their home on New Year’s Day 2010.

Police allege Dr Crickitt, who was also his wife’s treating doctor for more than two decades, killed her by injecting fast-acting insulin, possibly motivated by the prospect of financial gain, loathing for his wife and his affair with