Nottingham Maternity scandal: Inquiry ‘not good enough’ for babies who died, says bereaved dad

The inquiry into the maternity scandal at Nottingham University Hospitals must do better for the families of babies who died, according to a bereaved father.

Richard Stanton, 38, of Stapleford, lost his daughter Elsie in 2019 shortly after she was born prematurely at the Queen’s Medical Centre.

An independent inquiry into the scandal, led by Donna Ockenden, published its first report in December.

It found that between 2010 and 2019, more than 200 babies died or were left brain damaged due to serious failures in maternity care at the hospital.

Mr Stanton, who works in digital marketing, said the report was .

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