Strength in Numbers dedicated to my late mother Kay

Lansley Was Warned Of Baby Deaths In 2010

The father of baby Joshua Titcombe, who died in Furness General Hospital, calls for a “forensic examination” of who knew what.

A former Health Secretary was warned about a cover up over baby deaths at a hospital in Cumbria three years ago.
Andrew Lansley received a letter from James Titcombe whose son Joshua died aged just nine days at Furness General Hospital.
In the letter, written on June 4, 2010, Mr Titcombe raises concerns about regulatory bodies, including the hospitals watchdog, the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

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NHS ombudsman: ignoring patient complaints ‘risks new Mid Staffs’

When will they ever learn…

Hospital boards accused of adding to patients’ pain by doing too little to spot and stop serious failings

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And still nurses live in fear and intimidation at work for telling the truth.

Whistleblowing nurses ‘discouraged’

A quarter of nurses have been discouraged about blowing the whistle on concerns over patient care, a poll has suggested.

The Royal College of Nursing (RCN) survey found that 24% of nurses said they had been warned off raising concerns – in spite of the Stafford Hospital scandal.

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Dan Sencier [ BBC radio interview] regarding the NHS

Please click on the link to hear Dan Sencier’s brilliant radio interview
His story about the lack of support within the NHS

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Value your life and your families? THINK…and do something about it.

We need everyone to group together, Strength in numbers….

NHSComplaint initiates Private Criminal Prosecution against Sir David Nicholson

Deaths were covered up in the tens of thousands by Sir David Nicholson and other civil servants who are now seeking to abuse their position by protect him through the various acts of Misconduct in Public Office. NHSComplaint has sufficient evidence to bring a Private Criminal Prosecution against Sir David Nicholson on behalf of victims and their families deaths of MidStaffs and other parts of the NHS that were entirely preventable had information been acted on instead of being suppressed.  NHSComplaint and it’s supporters are setting up a campaign group specifically to organise and facilitate the private criminal prosecution of Sir David Nicholson. Please support this initiative in anyway you can.

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