Sacked boss: 'I was a scapegoat'

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Jim Stewart, the first senior manager to be sacked from a health trust in Northern Ireland, claims he has been made a "scapegoat" over missed patient targets.

Just hours after he lost his job, the former chairman of the Northern Health Trust gave his reaction to BBC Northern Ireland's health correspondent, Marie Louise Connolly.

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