Dear NHS England,
Please can you provide me with copies of all Breach Notices and Remedial Notices issued by NHS England for the year 2019.
This request is in the interest of transparency, and is of public interest. As anecdotal evidence exists of multinational companies taking advantage of system wide failures to increase profitability to the detriment of patient safety and access.
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