The culture of the NHS needs to be changed if more whistleblowers are to come forward without jeopardising their livelihood, a high ranking QC told Good Morning Britain.
Sir Robert Francis, who lead the inquiry into the Mid Staffs scandal, said staff would speak up if they felt "something will actually happen" when they raise their concerns.
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