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CQC brings first ever prosecution of NHS trust over safety

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The reason is to put it on record, Carol. Otherwise it just becomes a recognised way for amoral NHS Senior Managers, who are STILL not subjected to regulation and checks as nurses, doctors and other health care professionals are, to do things on the cheap and cover up neglect. Their pretty but false reports can even result in them being promoted, perhaps to a larger area with a devolved NHS and therefore even less accountability. If we want accountability and lawful service, we must have full reports, including omissions, and failings - plus areas of adequacy and excellence - must be recorded.

Posted date

7 March, 2017

Posted time

6:52 am

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