Jimmy Savile: BBC sets aside millions to compensate victims – Daily Telegraph

Posted July 18th, 2013 in BBC, compensation, news, sexual offences, victims by tracey

” The corporation disclosed in its annual accounts that it has made ‘provision for future compensation claims’ from victims of Jimmy Savile. The accounts show it has set aside £19.1 million for compensation claims, although the money will also be used for other cases. Many of his 214 known offences were on BBC premises, and Savile even attacked a girl during the last edition of Top of the Pops in 2006.”

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Daily Telegraph, 17th July 2013

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NHS care watchdog CQC to overhaul hospital inspection system – The Guardian

Posted July 18th, 2013 in health, hospitals, news, quality assurance by tracey

“The NHS care watchdog is abandoning its discredited way of inspecting hospitals and instead plans to use much larger teams of inspectors, including patients, to do in-depth investigations ‘lasting more than a week. ‘ ”

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The Guardian, 18th July 2013

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