NHS whistleblower driven out of business and home

Sickening: Death threats. Her mother’s grave desecrated. Her business destroyed. The whistleblower who exposed Mid-Staffs scandal is driven from her home

  • Julie Bailey fearlessly helped expose appalling conditions at Stafford Hospital
  • She was driven by the death of her mother Bella at the hospital
  • But she has faced a hate campaign from local activists
  • Her mother’s grave was desecrated and she has been intimidated
  • The mother-of-two has now sold her cafe and moved away from town
PUBLISHED: 23:07, 25 June 2013 UPDATED: 07:48, 26 June 2013
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An NHS campaigner has fled her home town following death threats, abuse and the desecration of her mother’s grave.
Julie Bailey, who helped expose the horrific neglect at Stafford Hospital which cost up to 1,400 lives, says ‘vipers’ have victimised her ever since she set up Cure the NHS.
She started the pressure group in her own cafe following the death of her mother at the hospital. But yesterday she handed over the keys to the business, having agreed a cut-price sale on eBay.
Vile: Stafford Hospital campaigner Julie Bailey has quit the town after her mother's grave was desecrated as part of a campaign of intimidation

Vile: Stafford Hospital campaigner Julie Bailey has quit the town after her mother’s grave was desecrated as part of a campaign of intimidation
Breaks Cafe, the business the mother-of-two has been forced to sell in a cut-price sale

Breaks Cafe, the business the mother-of-two has been forced to sell in a cut-price sale
‘People have been coming into the cafe shouting that nothing happened at Stafford, that I am lying and there were no unnecessary deaths,’ she said last night.
‘I have been run out of town by small minded people, leaving my home, my livelihood and my friends because a few misinformed local political activists have fuelled a hate campaign based on lies.

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One Response to “NHS whistleblower driven out of business and home”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Full support to Julie Bailey. What a terrible shame this victimisation is taking place.

    I’m sure I heard that Common Purpose might have some kind of structure set up at the local level to undertake exactly this kind of thing? Sorry but I can’t remember the details – I suggest checking out Brian Gerrish and the UK Column.

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