Two thousand people die yearly in hospital after contracting MRSA. Social Services regularly fail to protect children. The police seem to be getting away with murder as well. But finally in Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells it seems that Rose Gibb is being held to account for her failures and could possibly have to explain her actions in a court of law after the deaths of at least ninety people from Clostridium difficile. The new laws on corporate manslaughter are surely designed specifically for cases like this. Is the public sector finally being held to account for its failures? Or do they still have a license to kill?