Norfolk mental health trust bosses discuss 'bullying' report in private – during 'public session'
The mental health trust serving West Norfolk is under fire after a report into a staff culture of "bullying and lack of respect" was discussed in secret.
The meeting of senior directors of the Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust (NSFT) yesterday was described as a "public session" in its agenda papers.
But, despite that, the public was barred from listening to the discussion – which officials confirmed would not be recorded – in a move campaigners claim there was "no reason" for.
More by this authorJessica Frank-Keyes, Local Democracy Reporter