CEOs and chairs blamed for care failings which led to death of over 40 babies

Bill Kirkup

A series of chairs and chief executives at an acute trust were ‘wrong’ to believe the organisation was providing acceptable care over an 11-year period and should be held accountable for one of NHS’s largest maternity care scandals, an inquiry concluded today.

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