A hospital in Essex rated as poor two years ago, says it's been able to turn around results by focussing on patient care, not targets.
Friends and colleagues of Dr Abdul Shakoor, who lost his family in a house fire in Harlow, are gathering to pay their respects a year on.
A man who lost his entire family in a house fire in Essex a year ago has spoken on Daybreak about the memories of his family.
Tesco have welcomed Chris Bryant's praise during his speech on immigration and the labour market, and stressed the "vast majority" of the people they recruited for their Dagenham store are British and live locally.
We’re pleased that Mr Bryant has recognised that Tesco is a good employer and an important source of jobs in Britain.
We worked incredibly hard to recruit people from the local area in Dagenham and as a result of that work, the vast majority are British and live locally.
We have one of the best pay and benefits packages in the industry, and we pay the same rate whether our colleagues are British or from the EU.
Labour MP Chris Bryant denied he was ever going to label Next and Tesco as "unscrupulous" employers, but said he had serious concerns of how the labour market was working. Speaking to ITV News he said:
Employers feel the need, including Tesco and Next, to take on significant numbers of workers from overseas. I think the way the labour market works in Britain effectively prices local workers out of the market and leads to exploitation of foreign workers."
Labour's shadow immigration minister Chris Bryant said people from all over Britain, including immigrants themselves, expect to have their legitimate concerns about immigration taken seriously.
"I realise that for some time people thought that Labour believed that anyone who expressed a concern about immigration was racist, so let me be clear.
Yes, racists have sometimes polluted this debate, and we should always be alive to the dangers of prejudice and always be alive to racism at every turn.
"But Labour have concerns about immigration, about the pace of migration, about the undercutting of workers terms and conditions, about the effect on the UK labour market.
"True, Labour made mistakes on immigration, when we came to power in 1997, we had to tackle complete chaos in the asylum system.[...] And we created the post of immigration minister. But though we were right to introduce a points based system in 2008, we should have done so earlier."
A Conservative MP has attacked both Labour and Tesco amid a row over immigration and cheap labour from Eastern Europe.
Robert Halfon, the MP for Harlow in Essex where Tesco once employed 800 staff, branded the supermarket "ruthless" for shutting the depot so it could open new distribution centres in Dagenham and Reading. He told Daybreak:
– Robert Halfon
I have my own grievance with Tesco. I believe their company have behaved ruthlessly in Harlow, but they have been able to do this because of what the Labour Party did when they were in government.
In some ways, in my view Tesco ... they used to say 'pile 'em high, sell 'em cheap'. In my view the way they have behaved in Harlow, it's pile the money high and sell the workers cheap.
Traffic light failure at the junction on M11 at J7 A414 / B1393 (Harlow).
Detectives say they are no longer treating the death of a woman in Harlow as suspicious, after a post-mortem was carried out on her body.
The 25-year-old woman was found dead at a house in Jocelyns yesterday afternoon.
After the discovery, a 38-year-old man was arrested and released on bail. Essex Police say that the man has now been released from bail, and faces no further action.
A post mortem is due to be carried out today on the body of a 25-year-old woman who was found dead in Harlow in Essex.
Police were called to a house on Jocelyns yesterday afternoon, at just after 1pm. A 38-year-old man from Harlow has been arrested and released on bail, pending further inquiries. Officers are still guarding the house where the woman was found.
DI Marina Ericsson from the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate said:
"At this time the circumstances leading up to this death of a young woman remain unclear.
"I am looking for anyone who has any information to contact detectives at Harlow police station as soon as possible."
A man is in a stable condition in hospital after he was attacked by a gang of youths in Harlow, who filmed the beating on their mobile phones.
The attack took place in the Bush Fair area of the town on Thursday night.
The man was walking down Tilegate Road when he was attacked by five young men.
The victim, a 49-year-old man, was kicked and punched unconscious. The gang filmed the victim on their mobiles before fleeing.
The attackers are described as white, aged in their late teens or early 20s and were wearing grey tracksuits.
The victim sustained a fractured eye socket and other facial injuries.
Anyone with information in connection with this assault is urged to contact detectives at Harlow police station on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
A memorial is to be built in Harlow in Essex to remember five children who died with their mother in a house fire.
Sabah Usmani, her three sons and two daughters died in a suspected arson attack last year. Police are treating their deaths as murder.
Work to install five benches, covered by a canopy, will begin this morning at Abbotsweld Primary School.
A series of marches will be held across our region today in memory of Drummer Lee Rigby.
The soldier was killed near his barracks in Woolwich on May 22nd.
5,000 people from all over the UK are expected to take part in marches this afternoon.
One of the marches will be held in Norwich. It starts at Chapelfield Gardens at midday and ends at the war memorial on St. Peters Street at 1pm. A two-minute silence will be held afterwards.
Another event will take place in Harlow, Essex. Around 200 people are expected to march from the Civic Centre to the war memorial.