The CQC, which regulates health and social care in England, said that when it witnessed poor care, there were three main underpinning factors:
- A care culture in which the "unacceptable care becomes the norm".
- An attitude to care that is "task-based", not person-centred.
- Providers who try to manage with high vacancy rates or poorly deployed staff.
More top news
A six-year-old boy was shot in the stomach by his brother, aged five, in the third child shooting in just four days in Texas.
Social media users have been sharing their amended versions of the incredible pictures.
Showers will make their way from west to east this afternoon, moving quickly and not lasting too long.