“Why Was Connor In Hospital?”

Love, Belief and Balls

Yesterday was a remarkable day. After two and a half years of Sara Ryan and her family being on the receiving end of the most abhorrent behaviour from Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, the jury at the inquest of Connor Sparrowhawk delivered its verdict. I was at a conference in Croydon but I wasn’t really there. Whilst the other speakers delivered their presentations, I was glued to Twitter, waiting for the verdict to come in. Death by drowning with a contributory factor being neglect. And a list of “serious failings” as long as an 8ft man’s very long arm. I cried all the way home on the train. I got back to Uxbridge and found a secluded spot in the Slug & Lettuce and cried some more. The relief that the jury saw through the appalling tactics of Sloven merging with the unspeakable sadness that a young man’s life had been…

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