I wrote an email to Sir Martin Narey and this is my response. The response i received is not a nasty one,it is a warm one, however it does acknowledge mistakes are made and that i possibly may have been treated unfairly. I asked for answers with all natural or birth parents regards miscarriages of justice and i believe it is acknowledged that your child or my child or both could have in fact been a part of a mistake whereby a miscarriage of justice could have occurred, yes! What do you think?

I wrote an email to Sir Martin Narey and this is my response. The response i received is not a nasty one,it is a warm one, however it does acknowledge mistakes are made and that i possibly may have been treated unfairly. I asked for answers with all natural or birth parents regards miscarriages of justice and i believe it is acknowledged that your child or my child or both could have in fact been a part of a mistake whereby a miscarriage of justice could have occurred, yes! What do you think?

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/10661359/Atos-awarded-contract-for-NHS-records.html

Last week NHS England ordered the delay after pressure from patients groups, doctors’ leaders and privacy campaigners, who argued that the national plan had been poorly communicated, and that the public had not been properly informed about their right to opt out.

Yesterday, health service officials disclosed that a key contract for the controversial project has been handed to the firm Atos, which has faced criticism over its handling of “fitness for work” tests on disabled benefit claimants.

Last week, the company confirmed it was seeking an early exit from its contract with the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) in the face of persistent death threats to staff.

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