‘No one to be prosecuted’ over Mid-Staffs scandal – Daily Telegraph

Posted March 1st, 2016 in evidence, health, health & safety, hospitals, inquiries, news, prosecutions, reports by sally

‘A three-year police review has found insufficient evidence to charge a single manager, doctor or nurse.’

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Daily Telegraph, 1st March 2016

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Peers inflict second government defeat on disability benefit cuts – BBC News

Posted March 1st, 2016 in benefits, bills, disabled persons, news, parliament, social security by sally

‘The government has been defeated in the House of Lords for a second time over plans to cut some disabled people’s benefits by £30 a week.’

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BBC News, 29th February 2016

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Prisons inspector calls for time limit on immigration detention – The Guardian

Posted March 1st, 2016 in detention, immigration, news, prisons by sally

‘The new chief inspector of prisons has backed calls for a limit on how long people can be held in immigration removal centres after finding one detainee held for more than five years.’

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The Guardian, 1st March 2016

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