It's the ambulance service that's faced a barrage of criticism over its response times from the health watchdog, MPs and many patients.
Tonight the chair of the East of England Ambulance Service has done what many had called for - and resigned.
It came on the day the trust was told it must respond to a critical report from the Care Quality Commission.
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