Death hospital executives refuse to resign.

Posted: December 1, 2009 in Broken Britain

At least 70 people have died needlessly due to appalling standards of care, at Basildon and Thurrock University NHS Hospitals Foundation Trust. Alan Whittle, chief executive, and Michael Large, the trust’s chairman, refused to resigned.

Meanwhile in Beijing.

China executed a dairy farmer and a milk salesman last Tuesday for their roles in the sale of contaminated baby formula.

The men were put to death for their part in a scheme to boost profits by lacing milk powder with the industrial chemical melamine; 19 other people were convicted and received lesser sentences. At least six children died after drinking the adulterated formula, and more than 300,000 were sickened.




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