No ‘Secrecy’ for Dame Denise


Posted on October 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Full marks to Dame Denise Platt, outgone chair of the former Commission for Social Care Inspection, for her consistency in refusing to refer to the new Care Quality Commission, ‘CQC’ as ‘Secrecy’. Dame Denise, we are told, used to throw-up into her handbag if ever she heard anyone refer to her organisation as ‘Sea Sky’.





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