Compassion in Care News

Here you will find our news and latest information.

Fri 21/04/2017 - Contempt for Evidence Report

See the new report here http://compassionincare.com/node/299

Tue 11/04/2017 - 900 Care Staff Quitting Each Day?

I was alerted to this story early today, The story originated from the BBC who reported that 900 care staff were leaving the care sector each day according to organisations representing the care industry. The angle of the story implying that the care industry is in meltdown and needs more and more money.

Wed 05/04/2017 - Ednas Law Part 1

We are currently working on our next special report, Ednas Law Part 1, which we will publish in the next few weeks.

Fri 31/03/2017 - Pretence of Protection from Blacklisting

The latest Government announcement that Whistle-blowers are allegedly to be protected from Blacklisting is a complete joke.

Thu 23/03/2017 - CQC protest by Dr Minh Alexander

Read Dr Alexanders brilliant article here http://compassionincare.com/node/294

Wed 22/03/2017 - Todays Protest at the CQC

Please see the letter handed into the CQC today. http://compassionincare.com/node/292
Thank you to all those who attended todays event.

Wed 08/03/2017 - RT "Going Underground " Interview

please see the video section for our interview with RT,

Fri 03/03/2017 - The Public ( Interest) Enemy No 1

See our special report in response to the Law Commission Consultation on The Official Secrets Act. This forms part of Ednas Law http://compassionincare.com/node/288

Tue 17/01/2017 - Evictions and Restrictions, Review of The First 400 Cases

The facts that tell us what is really going on in care homes, see our Case Review http://compassionincare.com/node/284

Fri 13/01/2017 - A whistle-blowers story of being failed by the NMC and CQC.

See the full story in our Breaking the Silence Section http://compassionincare.com/node/282
We wrote to the NMC over two years ago about the increasing number of whistle-blowing nurses being falsely reported . We have yet to receive a response. The CQC also continue to fail both whistle-blowers and the vulnerable. The safest people in the care system are the abusers, they are protected by the NMC, CQC and PIDA. Only Ednas law can change this.

Eileen Chubb

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