In February 2013, a public inquiry found that failings at Stafford Hospital contributed to the deaths of hundreds of patients.
Its chair, Robert Francis QC, said there had been a "failure of the NHS system at every level" and made 290 recommendations in his 1,782 page report.
The report strongly criticised local health authorities and the trust board, but it did not blame any one individual or organisation.
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