The Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt came under fire from NHS staff today after launching an attack on the culture of the health service. He said mediocrity was too readily accepted - and accused some hospitals of coasting. It could lead to another scandal, like mid-Staffordshire, he suggested.
As ITV News medical editor Lawrence McGinty reports, his comments prompted an angry response:
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