Thursday 21 June 2018
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Sorry is not good enough Cynthia

The manager with strategic responsibility for Mid Staffs Hospital said she was deeply, deeply sorry for what happened but refused to admit that her failure to intervene when presented with clear signs of neglect and abuse was serious

Rosepark care home deaths 'preventable' inquiry finds

The deaths of 14 elderly residents in a care home blaze could have been prevented by a "suitable" fire safety plan, an inquiry has concluded.

Councils cut back on free adult social care

The number of councils in England cutting back on free adult social care has increased by 13% this year, a survey has suggested.

Priory Group acquire Craegmoor Group

Priory Group, whose finance and administration centre is in Darlington, has bought the Craegmoor Group, making it the market leader in mental healthcare and specialist education.

Birmingham City Council disabled care limits 'unlawful'

Judges have ruled that Birmingham City Council's plans to limit social care for disabled people are unlawful.

Adult social care 'faces 1bn cut'

Spending on adult social care is to be slashed by around £1 billion this year as councils struggle to cope with budget cuts at a time of increased need, new figures show.