From BBC Leeds & West Yorkshire, today:
A hospital for men with learning disabilities has been placed in special measures after there were “serious risks to patient safety”. The Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspected Cygnet Woodside, in Bradford, in September following allegations of abuse by staff towards a patient.
There is no opportunity for an opposition politician to exploit the alleged harm to a patient and attack the performance of the Government or the Health Secretary. The BBC has not made a documentary on the unit.
In Scotland, in July 2018, all of the above was done and at great length and repeatedly over several days. Two years later, there is no sign of any prosecution of staff or of any action against the health board. The Health Secretary did resign due to the pressure largely from media scare stories. The Labour list politician still draws her salary.
BBC Scotland still trawls social media looking for something, anything similar.