Audio: BBC Radio Norfolk: Theresa May asked to apologise for Norfolk and Suffolk having the worst mental health trust in the country

On Radio Norfolk’s Matthew Gudgin programme, Bob Carter of the BBC asks Theresa May to apologise to the people of Norfolk and Suffolk for having the worst mental health trust in England.

Bob Carter also asks Theresa May about tomorrow’s CQC report which has found that children are waiting up to eighteen months for treatment.

Listen to the interview below:

231 thoughts on “Audio: BBC Radio Norfolk: Theresa May asked to apologise for Norfolk and Suffolk having the worst mental health trust in the country”

  1. I was not impressed by Teresa May’s replies in her interview on Radio Norfolk. Conclusions and actions that should have been taken long ago are now supposed to be dealt with in the future. Always ‘We are going to …’ Answers are never ‘Oh yes we’ve f-cked up, and yes you need more money to provide more safe services for mental health because we do not put you on a par with physical health even though we say we are going to…’
    I do not trust this woman except she does acknowledge that the staff are caring and now working their socks off to plug up all the holes.

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