NHS chief must go over health service horror: Hospitals face closure for covering up medical mistakes after review into trust where 1,200 died from…

NHS chief 'must go' over hospital horror: Relatives of patients who died demand his resignation Probe into deaths at Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust Public inquiry will say trust run under culture of fear, bullying and secrecy By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 11:55 GMT, 6 January 2013 | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 7 January 2013 The head of the NHS is facing calls to resign over his role in one of the worst hospital scandals in history. Sir David Nicholson helped appoint the chief executive who presided over Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust at a time when up to 1,200 patients died through neglect

CENSORED: The Mail On Sunday stories Leveson"s Law would have barred

CENSORED: The Mail On Sunday stories Leveson's Law would have barred | UPDATED: 02:04 GMT, 2 December 2012 The debate around the Leveson Report has focused on Lord Justice Leveson’s controversial proposal for a new regulator backed by law. But as Prime Minister David Cameron said in rejecting the idea of statutory-backed regulation, there is a key principle at stake about state interference in the affairs of a free press