The NHS Redress Bill returns to the House of Commons this week. The bill aims to introduce simpler, faster ways of responding to low-value clinical negligence cases. Conservatives will seek to defend key amendments won earlier this year in the House of Lords.

The NHS Redress Bill returns to the House of Commons this week. The bill aims to introduce simpler, faster ways of responding to low-value clinical negligence cases. Conservatives will seek to defend key amendments won earlier this year in the House of Lords.

The changes were designed to ensure an independent process, with a clear division between establishing facts and deciding who was to blame.

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