A former deputy chief executive of the Care Quality Commission insists she wasn't involved in any decision to delete a critical internal review.
Last week an independent report into the CQC's investigation of the deaths of babies at Furness General Hospital found evidence of a possible cover-up.
But Jill Finney says she and two other senior colleagues did not decide to suppress the review.
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