The woman who led the campaign to expose poor standards of care at Stafford Hospital has said that "it is about time someone was held to account".
Reports out today from the Sunday Telegraph that a public inquiry into the failings will recommend an overhaul of regulation to ensure poor managers are replaced and better training for nurses and healthcare assistants.
Julie Bailey has published a book telling the inside story of the NHS scandal - which has been blamed for the unnecessary deaths of hundreds of patients including her mother.
However the Department of Health has dismissed reports into details of Stafford Hospital inquiry as speculation.
A woman who led the campaign over treatment at Stafford Hospital says she is angry that no one has been held accountable for the failings.
Stafford Hospital has paid out more than a million pounds in compensation for treating patients in an "inhumane and degrading" way.
The report of the public inquiry into the serious failings at Stafford Hospital has been delayed until January says the inquiry chairman.