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The findings from CQC’s programme of comprehensive inspections of specialist mental health services.
The National Audit Office reports on healthcare services in prison.
The Care Act wellbeing principle Part 2. It does have teeth.
Mental Health Tribunals don’t have the power to look at conditions of detention, for example, seclusion.
A claimant can appeal a benefits decision to the tribunal even if their application for mandatory reconsideration was made late.
The Claimant does not bear an initial burden of proof in discrimination cases.
A UN committee has criticised the UK’s disability rights record in the strongest possible terms.
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