A governor at a scandal-hit NHS trust where a teenager drowned in a bath resigned on Friday because his council has achieved "nothing at all".
In his resignation letter Mark Aspinall, a governor at Southern Health, accused colleagues of being "apathetic" and "intransigent", and said the Trust's council was "weak or unable to act".
He has spoken to ITV News Meridian about why he has stepped down and how the Trust have got it so wrong.
The chief executive of under-fire Southern Health trust will keep her job, despite widespread criticism over unexplained deaths.
The future of Southern Health NHS Trust chief executive Katrina Percy is under scrutiny as part of a review by the interim chair.
Southern Health will launch a full investigation into an alleged 'abusive' voicemail sent to Dr Sara Ryan, mother of Connor Sparrowhawk.