The Keogh report's publication sparked furious exchanges about the NHS in the House of Commons earlier today.
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt accused his Labour predecessor of ignoring warnings and suppressing bad news.
He said Labour had created a culture where targets mattered more than people.
In response, shadow health secretary Andy Burnham accused the government of playing politics with people's lives.
ITV News Political Editor Tom Bradby reports:
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