MPs took part in a general debate in the House of Commons on Wednesday 5 March 2014 on the Francis Report: One year on.
Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt, moved the motion for debate. Shadow Secretary of State for Health, Andy Burnham, responded on behalf of the Opposition.
The Francis Report
The Francis Report came out of a public inquiry led by Robert Francis QC, established to examine why serious failures in care at Mid-Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust before 2009 were not acted on sooner by the various responsible organisations.
The report was published on the 6 February 2013. The Government responded to the report's recommendations on 19 November 2013.
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