7:00 pm, Tue 11 Jun 2013 Stafford report delay
Campaigner welcomes police investigation into Stafford Hospital scandal
"Cure the NHS" campaigner Julie Bailey has welcomed a police investigation into hundreds of deaths at Stafford Hospital.
Staffordshire Police are looking into around 300 cases where neglect may have contributed to a patient's death.
Julie set up the group Cure the NHS after losing her mum who was a patient at Stafford.
11:39 am, Mon 27 May 2013 Campaign against Bailey
Bailey on how district hospitals can improve
Julie Bailey told
ITV Daybreak that small district hospitals "are not the safest of places. They're a thing of the past. They need to be moving forward"
She suggests that they link with bigger training hospitals.
10:29 am, Mon 27 May 2013 Campaign against Bailey
VIDEO: Hate campaigners target Bailey's mother's grave
Julie Bailey tells
ITV Daybreak her mother's grave was targeted by hate campaigners, after she angered people by exposing the scandal of patient abuse and neglect at Stafford Hospital.
9:50 am, Mon 27 May 2013 Campaign against Bailey
VIDEO: Bailey talks about hate campaign against her
Julie Bailey tells
ITV Daybreak about the hate campaign against her after she exposed the scandal of patient abuse and neglect at Stafford Hospital.
6:01 am, Thu 28 Feb 2013 Stafford report delay
Julie Bailey: We want his resignation, if not his sacking
NHS campaigner Julie Bailey, who set up Cure the NHS after her mother Bella died at Stafford Hospital in 2007, has said she will ask members of the NHS Commissioning Board to call for their boss' resignation:
We want his [Sir David Nicholson's] resignation, if not his sacking.
He has brought the NHS into disrepute.
We are planning to lobby members of the board to call for him to resign.
– julie bailey, founder, cure the nhs
8:01 am, Fri 15 Feb 2013 Stafford report delay
Cure the NHS demand resignation
Cure the NHS on the day the inquiry into Stafford Hospital was published
Credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire/Press Association Images
The campaign group
Cure the NHS are handing in a letter at Downing Street today.
The group, led by Julie Bailey, are demanding that the head of the NHS, Sir David Nicholson, resign over the Stafford Hospital scandal.
5:29 pm, Thu 14 Feb 2013
Facebook comments about Julie Bailey were made by West Midlands Ambulance Service member of staff
West Midlands Ambulance Service has confirmed that comments made on Facebook regarding Julie Bailey were posted by a member of staff.
The Trust has now suspended the person from work and a formal investigation is to be carried out.
Staffordshire Police are conducting their own investigation.