Urgent Question: Learning Disabilities Mortality Review: 8 May 2018

08 May 2018

Shadow Minister for Mental Health and Social Care, Barbara Keeley, asked an Urgent Question in the House of Commons on the Learning Disabilities Mortality Review.

The Minister for Care, Caroline Dinenage, responded on behalf of the Government and commented on how the Government was committed to reducing the number of people with learning disabilities whose deaths may have been preventable and have pledged to do so with different health and care interventions.

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