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Care Homes group made £1.5m profit

By Natasha Swift 7th December 2016

Care Homes group made £1.5m profit
UNDER FIRE: The Morleigh Group appeared on BBC´s Panorma

THE OWNERS of a scandal hit care home in St Austell raked in more than £1.5m last year by charging residents hundreds of pounds a week for “grim, shoddy and unsafe” care. Investigations are currently underway into the care provided by the Morleigh Group after a BBC Panorama programme revealed the shocking levels of neglec...

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