Nottingham Maternity scandal: Investigation inquiry ‘required by law’

The independent inquiry into Nottingham University Hospitals’ maternity scandal must be put on a statutory footing, victims’ families and campaigners have said.

The inquiry was set up last year after a review of maternity services at the trust found more than 400 babies had died or been left with life-changing disabilities over a decade.

An independent panel was established to oversee the review, but a cross-party group of MPs and peers have now written to the inquiry chair expressing concern about the .

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