East Kent Trust: Hospital baby deaths 'could have been prevented' At least seven preventable baby deaths may have occurred at one of the largest groups of hospitals in England since 2016, a BBC investigation has found.
Significant concerns have been raised about maternity services at the trust.
The heartbroken father of one baby who was stillborn said "we have to live with it, for the rest of our lives... they've probably forgotten who we are".
East Kent NHS Foundation Trust has apologised, saying it has "not always provided the right standard of care". BBC News