The Guardian, February 15 1993
At ten o'clock this morning, a 24-year-old nurse is due to step into the dock at Nottingham Crown Court for the beginning of a trial which has already been the focus of extraordinary emotion, media interest and political manoeuvre.
February 12 1994
Truth was the first casualty on Ward Four after Grantham Hospital finally called in Lincolnshire police to investigate the mysterious deaths and collapses on their childrens' ward in the Spring of 1991. Yesterday's report by Sir Cecil Clothier has only partially healed the damage.
The Guardian, May 28 1994
Last summer, a couple of months before she died, Georgina Robinson had an odd conversation with her brother, Julian. They were driving home to their parents' house together and they started talking about Georgina's work, helping the mentally ill at a small specialist centre in Torbay in south Devon.
The Guardian, July 19 1995
At first, when she walks in to see Dr Dowson, her problem seems quite clear: she has two small boys who are as mad as monkeys. They slide and wrestle around the floor, they yell and scream, they drag anything loose off Dr Dowson's desk and start a tug-of-war with his stethoscope, while she sits with her shoulders slumped and says that she gets headaches and needs some tablets.