An MP has called for a trust chief executive who resigned following a critical NHS Executive report into the death of two patients to forego a £76,000 pay-off. In a House of Commons motion calling for the payment to Clive Uren, former chief executive of Eastbourne Hospitals trust, to be revoked, Liberal Democrat MP Norman Baker registered 'disbelief ' that Mr Uren was to be offered six months' light duties on full pay, followed by the £76,000 pay-off. The trust said the pay-off was based on legal advice.