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Christian care home boss unconvinced by hidden camera idea

Hidden cameras could be used to prevent abuse and neglect in care homes. The industry watchdog Care Quality Commission has announced new proposals to monitor care providers. The plans will be under consultation next year. Eileen Cantrell is a Christian and owns the Foxearth Care Lodge in Suffolk.

Speaking to Premier's Des Busteed on News Hour, she said didn't think this was the right course of action:

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