Corporate governance back on the agenda

The European Commission has published a green paper on corporate governance with a view to unifying best practice among Member States. The European Commission’s green paper discusses three subjects which it considers to be at the heart of good corporate governance: the role of the board of directors; the role of shareholders; and how toContinue reading “Corporate governance back on the agenda”

Private hospitals are no place for people with learning disabilities

22 June 2011 Three weeks on, the fallout continues from BBC Panorama’s exposure of sickening abuse of people with learning disabilities at the Winterbourne View private hospital near Bristol. Already it –is clear that the programme will come to be seen as a key milestone on the long journey to a civilised system of careContinue reading “Private hospitals are no place for people with learning disabilities”