On 21 August this year, Lucy Letby became only the third woman alive to be handed a whole-life jail term when she was sentenced for murdering seven babies and trying to kill another six. They were under her care as a nurse on the neonatal unit at the Countess of Chester Hospital. Senior doctors on Letby’s unit repeatedly raised concerns about her link to a growing number of unexplained deaths. But it was not until early July 2016 that her appalling crimes were finally ended.
This podcast also brings you up-to-date with some of our plans for the future and pays tribute to the memory and legacy of our friend, Anne, who is so much missed.
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