Subject to the normal checking processes, it looks like the Board might be back on track, and the pressure might just (possibly) be lifted.
If this is the case, then I am delighted, and as one of the many doubters I was not sure it could ever have been achieved, but the new, new, management seem to have achieved this.
Of course, the next big question is "How is the accumulated deficit to be recovered?" and what impact will that have on services for the coming years?
Still, I'm not going to carp. At least until the answers to the above become clear.
Update 11.30: I'm told that part of the cost savings has been to no longer have a radiographer on duty or on call at the weekends. Consequently, people with broken limbs have been told to come back on Monday. If this is true.....