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A report which concluded that senior detectives investigating the death of 13-month-old Poppi Worthington were "unstructured and disorganised" has left her mother "profoundly disappointed and distressed", say her lawyers. The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) also indicated there was enough suspicion "on day one" to arrest her father, Paul Worthington,…
England's top hospital inspector has warned that safety remains a "real concern" in the NHS after it emerged four out of five NHS trusts need to improve on patient safety. Professor Sir Mike Richards said the NHS "stands on a burning platform" following the first round of new inspections of…
Health and care workers looking after dying people in their final days must do more to ask about spiritual beliefs, experts have said. Spiritual wishes were only documented for one in seven people who died in hospitals in England who were able to communicate in their final days, a 2016…
Prime Minister Theresa May said she is "looking at" the treatment of black people by mental health services amid claims of "institutional racism". Labour MP Steve Reed (pictured) said young black men using mental health services were more likely to be subject to detention and "severe" physical restraint, as he…
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