The Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust will be sentenced today after pleading guilty to failings in care which led to the death of a 66-year-old diabetic woman who was not given insulin.
Gillian Astbury fell into a diabetic coma at Stafford hospital in April 2007, after being admitted with a fractured arm and pelvis.
The Trust became the first in the country to go into administration after reporting operating deficits of £11million.
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