What does this barrister have to do to get struck off?

A shamed barrister who dealt the chemsex pills that killed his teenage boyfriend has escaped being struck off again after a tribunal found him guilty of nine charges of misconduct. Henry Hendron, 40, was suspended in 2016 after admitting possession of a controlled drug with intent to supply following his boyfriend’s death. He had bought £1,000 of mephedrone and GBL from former BBC producer Alexander Parkin, 42, to deal ‘in bulk’ on to the gay party scene. After a night…

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