CQC names staff accused of hospital inquiry 'cover-up'

The NHS regulator in England - the Care Quality Commission - has named the individuals allegedly involved in the Furness General Hospital deaths inquiry 'cover-up'.

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Parents react to hospital inquiry

A young couple whose baby died at Furness General Hospital in Cumbria say they're sickened to learn of the cover up by the health watchdog the CQC.

In their first television interview, Kelly Hine and Carl Bower told how their daughter Amelia died a year after the hospital was given the all clear in an inspection.

Today the current management of the CQC were ordered to Parliament to explain what they're doing now to prevent more failings.

Our correspondent Rachel Townsend reports.

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