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Monday, 22 November, 1999, 03:01 GMT

Bristol parents 'insulted' by offers
Parents of children who died in the Bristol heart scandal have reacted angrily to a compensation deal offered by National Health Service.
  Bristol surgeon appeals against dismissal

  Bristol heart surgeon sacked

  Doctor suspensions soar in wake of Bristol scandal

  Parents welcome scope of Bristol inquiry

  Patients to have say in doctors' merit awards

  Dramatising the Bristol heart scandal

  Senior doctors could get MOTs

  Bristol case 'less likely now'

  GMC toughens up doctors' guidelines

  Death tables 'not reliable'

  Police investigate baby deaths

  Doctor bans are not for good

  Top surgeon berates Dobson over baby deaths

  Doctor attacks 'mass hysteria' over Bristol case

  Dobson: GMC should have struck off third doctor

  Bristol parents confront doctors

  Public inquiry launched into heart babies tragedy

  Bristol doctors struck off

  'Caring' Bristol surgeon defends himself

  Doctors must earn respect, says BMA leader

  Baby case parents step up bid for inquiry

  Hospital doctors to come under scrutiny

  'Our rights were ignored'

  Patients will be protected, says Blair

  Child death ruling prompts inquiry call

  Child death doctors could be struck off

  Bristol's broken hearts

  Doctors call for action on self-regulation

  New checks on heart surgeons

  'Let others face child death probe'

  Panorama: Broken hearts

  Bristol babies timeline

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