UK: Unshredded NHS records were dumped in a town centre to weigh down scaffolding at art festival

We really need to have an “Oh, FFS!” category for breaches.

Rob Pattinson reports:

Medical records of hundreds of thousands of NHS patients were dumped in a town centre to weigh down scaffolding.

They were meant to be shredded but instead used as ballast for an art festival structure.

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