Thursday, 13 October 2011

A quick look at the morning papers

The Times leads with the findings of The Care Quality Commission,which says that one in five hospitals is failing the elderly so badly that it breaks the law,and finds that the NHS routinely ignores the basic dignity of patients.

The Mail also leads with that story saying that the Care Quality Commission found at least 20 hospitals where care was so poor that patients were denied ‘the basics in life’ – eating, drinking and going to the toilet

An NHS theme in the Independent as well which reports that at least 20 NHS trusts, including 17 major hospitals, are not fit for purpose in their current form and must either close, merge or risk becoming an indefinite drain on the public purse.

The son of Col Muammar Gaddafi who had been leading the defence of the city of Sirte has been captured and is being held for questioning, according to officials in the country's interim government reports the Telegraph.

The Guardian returns to the subject of the Murdoch's.It leads with the story that following its inquiries about a circulation scam at News Corporation's flagship newspaper, the Wall Street Journal,one of Rupert Murdoch's most senior European executives,Andrew Langhoff, has resigned

Joy at boost for pensions says the Express reporting the comments of David Cameron last night who pledged that hundreds of thousands of women are to get a lifeline in the campaign for a fairer pension deal.

Mayhem on the streets as the Sun reports that Ryan Giggs' wife Stacey tore into his ex-lover after bumping into her in the street.

According to the paper

Giggs, 37, and Stacey came face-to-face with her in the street outside a restaurant.
They marched over to Natasha, sitting in her parked car, and launched into her for spilling the beans on her eight-year fling with Ryan.

No comments: