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North East Ambulance Service - cover up claims to be investigated

Neelam Chauhan
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It has been reported that North East Ambulance Service NHS Trust (NEAS) withheld information from coroners with relation to the deaths of patients. Concerns have been raised with regards to more than 90 cases and whistle-blowers believe North East Ambulance...

Action for Brain Injury Week - "See the Hidden Me"

Simon Pimlott
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The brain injury charity, Headway, are leading the way in the Action for Brain Injury Week as part of their continuing campaign to raise awareness and to offer support to those effected by traumatic brain injury. The focus of Action for Brain Injury Week...

A Reflection on How Handling Brain Injury Compensation Claims Changes Lives For the Better

Malcolm Underhill
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In this Action for Brain Injury Week, 2022, I have reflected on how handling brain injury compensation claims has changed during my career . A lot has changed in the last 30 plus years, the time over which I have been handling serious brain injury...

Nottingham University Hospitals Trust - Another Maternity Scandal

Malcolm Underhill
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The ink is barely dry on the second report by Donna Ockenden, on the maternity scandal at the Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust . Her findings are shocking but sadly the failings of maternity services at the Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust are not isolated....

Improvements demanded in maternity services at The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust

Neelam Chauhan
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Following on from her first report in December 2020, Donna Ockenden, Chair of the Independent Maternity Review, has published her final report dated 30 th March 2022 following a request made by the Government that there be an “ Independent review of...

NHS waiting lists in England hits a record 5.45 million and is set to increase to 14 million by Autumn 2022

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The latest data released by NHS England for June and July 2021 illustrates the continued disruptive impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on NHS care. In July, the Health Secretary Javid Sajid announced that NHS waiting lists could rise to 13 million patients....

Can we rely upon religious institutions to protect our children from sexual abuse?

Malcolm Underhill
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What is the answer to the question? Although a blog, with a question in its title, will usually proceed to have an examination of the evidence before providing an answer, I will start with the answer and explain my reasons. I do not think we can rely on...

Hope for Victims of Sexual Assault

Malcolm Underhill
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I may be accused of being biased and unrealistic, but I believe every victim survivor of sexual assault, whether abused as a child or assaulted when they were an adult, should receive full and fair compensation for what they were forced to endure and from...

Care Worker Raymond Longley Guilty of Indecent Sexual Assaults

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Raymond Longley, of Back Lane, Caythorpe, Lincolnshire, was a care worker at Stubton Hall School, near Grantham. He worked at the school between 1982 and 1997. Stubton Hall School was primarily a boarding school for children with special educational needs....

Sex Offenders Change Name to Avoid Detection

Malcolm Underhill
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Whatever steps are taken by government, institutions, organisations and individuals, to prevent paedophiles getting access to children and young people, paedophiles will continue to look for ways in which they can circumvent the hurdles and barriers that we...

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