Trust whose CEO quit over underfunding admits it has ‘no credible plans’

James Cook University hospital

Directors of a hospital trust whose former chief executive resigned because it was “underfunded and unsustainable” have admitted there are “no credible plans” to close its £26m underlying deficit.

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