Six more staff have been sacked at a care home in Essex following allegations of abuse.
The Old Deanery near Braintree was the subject of a BBC Panorama investigation that was broadcast last night.
Secret filming appeared to show one resident being slapped.
The care worker responsible for apparently slapping the resident was dismissed earlier this week, while seven others were suspended.
Six of those have today been sacked, and a further case is being "urgently reviewed."
Braintree MP Brooks Newmark says that he is "shocked and appalled" after secret cameras filmed alleged poor care of residents at a care home near the town.
Seven workers were suspended, and one sacked, following the release of the footage.
"I'm surprised, shocked and appalled to be honest," he said.
"I certainly condemn those care workers who perpetrated this. But there are 200 care workers there and the other 192 care workers probably on the whole do a good job."
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Eight workers at a residential home near Braintree in Essex have been suspended after secret cameras filmed alleged poor care of residents.
One member of staff seen apparently slapping a resident was dismissed.
Anglia Retirement Homes said it had launched an independent inquiry into allegations of mistreatment at the Old Deanery in Bocking, after it was filmed by an undercover BBC reporter.
'Elderly Care Exposed' will be broadcast tonight.
Eight care workers at an Essex care home have been suspended after secret cameras filmed alleged poor care of residents.
Anglia Retirement Homes said it had launched an independent inquiry into the allegations after the BBC says it filmed staff mocking residents and ignoring their calls for help.
One care worker who was caught slapping a women was "summarily dismissed", it added.
The alleged mistreatment at the Old Deanery in Essex, a 93-bed home in Bocking, was filmed last year by an undercover reporter for the BBC.
- Anglia Retirement Homes told the BBC the incidents involved a "small number of staff".
– Anglia Retirement Homes statement
As soon as the new management team was made aware of the allegations we took immediate action.
We hired an independent law firm to carry out a full investigation as a matter of urgency. Eight staff were immediately suspended, and have not returned to work, pending a full inquiry.
Our priority remains the health and wellbeing of our residents and we have more than 200 dedicated members of staff who remain committed to the highest standards of care."
In its latest inspection in February the Care Quality Commission (CQC) reported the home had too few staff and some residents waited too long for staff to answer their calls.
The company was taken over by new owners last November. Elderly Care Exposed will be broadcast tonight.