A care home has been fined £60,000 for failures that led to the death of a pensioner who fell down stairs.
A domiciliary care service based in Enfield, north London, has been rated Outstanding overall by the Care Quality Commission.
A care home at the centre of protests from staff and residents over its proposed closure, is set to for a reprieve.
Firefighters are calling for a change in the law which would see sprinklers fitted in more new-build developments.
Commenting on the government’s social care recruitment campaign, called “Every Day Is Different”, George McNamara, Director of Policy and Influencing at Independent Age, said:
The family of a pensioner who died after she fell down stairs in a boiler room have branded her Glasgow care home "not fit for purpose".