Three people have been sentenced at Carlisle Crown Court today for multiple incidents of ill-treatment and wilful neglect of elderly residents within a Penrith care home.
Outgoing Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond said:
Outgoing Scottish Labour Party leader Johann Lamont has accused the Westminster leadership of treating the party in Scotland as a "branch office".
Announcing her resignation, Ms Lamont told the Daily Record:
Tony Blair has denied saying Ed Miliband cannot lead Labour to victory at the General Election because he has "failed to connect with voters".
The Daily Telegraph claimed the former prime minister had told friends privately of his concerns.
The paper quoted a source as saying :"The Conservatives will be the next government because Labour has failed to make a good case for itself. That is what Tony thinks."
But Blair's office were quick to dismiss the alleged quotes and tweeted that the story "does not represent my view".
It added: "Ed Miliband and the Labour Party can and will win the next election."
A 75-year-old man who was reported missing in the Keswick area has been found safe and well.
Cumbria Police have thanked everyone who assisted in the search for Michael Blake.
Leader of the Scottish Labour Party Johann Lamont has resigned.
A Labour source said: "She realised it was time for a change in Scotland. She has put the party first. Ed regards her as an honourable woman who has served party well and we hope will serve the party again in the future."
Professional wrestler Johnny Moss has set up his very own wrestling school in his home town of Egremont in West Cumbria.
He's passing on his bodyslams and powerbombs to a new generation of wrestlers as Paul Crone's been finding out.
Carlisle is being treated to a one night spectacular of a Shakespeare play that's been wowing audiences in London.
Local lad and University of Cumbria graduate James Clifford has brought his off west end production of the Taming of the Shrew to the Brampton Road campus.
Kim Inglis has been to see him.
The medical director of North Cumbria's hospitals has told ITV Border that centralising consultant led maternity services in Carlisle is an "attractive option".
The Trust has published a series of options for healthcare across Cumbria. It says all decisions will be based on patient safety after further consultation with clinicians and the public. Katie Hunter reports:
The judge has called their actions 'degrading, humiliating and bullying'.
Our Correspondent Hannah McNulty was in court.