Review into 25 patient deaths at London NHS Trust

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An NHS Trust in London is reviewing the deaths of 25 patients to discover whether inadequate record-keeping may have played a part.

Imperial College Healthcare, which runs four hospitals, admits failing to keep track of cancer patients and says hundreds of people have had to wait longer than 18 weeks for treatment.

Westminster Council's Scrutiny Committee will meet later to ask the trust about what has gone wrong.

The BBC spoke to Dr Anthony Grewal, of Londonwide Local Medical Committees, and Councillor Sarah Richardson, of the Westminster Council Scrutiny Committee.

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