Mental health services 'a car crash'
Mental health services in England are "a car crash" and the health secretary is not taking the problems seriously, according to the outgoing president of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
Prof Sue Bailey told BBC News mental health services were "in crisis".
She said Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt had a basic understanding of mental health, but had not made it a priority.
Mr Hunt rejected this, saying he had made it a priority and that he visited the front line of the NHS most weeks.
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