Harry's story was covered extensively by the media all over the world, here are some links to the coverage so that you can have a different perspective of Harry's case other than those of our family on this website.
The Baby Death that Shook the UK - Advocate
Channel 5 News- Harry's Story
"I wake up wondering how this happened to us" - The Independent
"Baby death inquest verdict" - BBC Radio Kent
"I kept asking why I couldn't hear my baby" - Kent Online
AUDIO Radio Kent 23rd January - Ian Collins with Michael Buchanan Interview
AUDIO Radio Kent Breakfast show - Anna Cookson with Mark Norman and Tom Richford Interview
AUDIO Radio Kent February 12th 2020 - Anna Cookson with Derek Richford Interview
AUDIO Radio Kent February 13th 2020 - Anna Cookson with Derek Richford Interview
AUDIO Radio Kent February 14th 2020 - Ian Collins with Tom Richford Interview
AUDIO BBC Radio 4 February 12th 2020 - Martha Kearney Interview
AUDIO BBC Radio 4 February 14th 2020 - Justin Webb Interview
19-recommendations-after-baby-harrys-death-222259/ - Kent Online
Death-of-harry-richford-caused-by-gross-failings-by-east-kent-university-nhs-trust - Brick Court Chambers
Sir Roger Gale MP speaking in the House of Commons - Roger Gale MP
"Hospital did not learn from mistakes" - BBC News
Maternity-probe-to-examine-decade-of-baby-deaths - Kent Online
Urgent-need-actions-remains-scandal-hit-nhs-trust-maternity-department - Your Local Guardian
Maternity Failings Video Report - BBC News
Click to see the BBC piece The Susan Acott Interview
During this interview by Michael Buchanan, BBC which was aired on February 12th 2020 during the national 6pm and 10pm news, Susan Acott the CEO of the Trust said there had been 6 or 7 avoidable deaths at the Trust, the next day at her Board meeting on February 13th she told her Board there were likely 15 avoidable deaths in the last 10 years, it had seemingly doubled overnight?
Below from the Harry Halligan Case
Mark Norman, BBC South East Today health correspondent
The cases of Harry Halligan and Harry Richford were both subject to what's called a "root cause analysis" by the hospital.
Both reports highlight very similar issues and lessons to be learnt, but five years apart.
There were lessons to be learned around foetal heart monitoring; problems using syntocinon, a drug used to make contractions stronger; poor communication with families and issues with consultants, including their role and the time they are on wards and even problems getting hold of them out of hours.