Local NHS chief has written to Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt urging him to extend the deadline on children's heart surgery unit report.
MPs have called for an investigation into why a "reckless" decision was made to stop children's heart surgery at a Leeds hospital.
The Children's Heart Federation says the interests of management at the LGI have been "put ahead of critically ill children".
The family of a young mother who died of cervical cancer want to know whether her life could have been saved if she had been diagnosed earlier.
Keely Devine from Leeds, was 23 when she passed away. Despite complaining of symptoms during a number of trips to her GP and the A&E department of Leeds General Infirmary, the cancer wasn't picked up for over 2 years. Kate Walby reports.
A spokesperson from NHS England, West Yorkshire, said: "This is a tragic case and our thoughts are with Keely Devine's family. Out of respect for confidentiality, we will not be commenting on this individual patient's case.”
A 38-year-old man from Bradford is in a serious but stable condition after he was stabbed outside a pub in Crag Road, in Shipley, and taken to Leeds General Infirmary.
Three men aged 33, 38 and 39 along with a 38-year-old woman, all from Bradford, were arrested on suspicion of assault.
The assault took place around 6:30pm on Wednesday 21 August and anyone with further information is asked to call Airedale and North Bradford CID on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.**
A man from Leeds who's severely disabled is set to be awarded a multi million pound payout. Lawyers for 22-year-old Ben Cropper successfully argued that staff at Leeds General Infirmary failed to respond properly after he was born prematurely, leaving him with permanent brain damage.
Blood-testing staff at three West Yorkshire hospitals will strike for 48 hours this week over patient safety.
Hospital pathologists, who test blood samples and monitor blood transfusions, will stage a walk-out at St James’ Hospital in Leeds, and Leeds and Bradford Infirmaries on Thursday and Friday.
It comes after a strike on July 16 over proposed changes to working patterns by the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
The country’s largest union, Unite, said the Trust's plans put staff and patient safety at risk and could mean significant pay cuts of up to £20,000 a year for workers.
Talks have been held to try to settle the dispute, which affects 140 staff, but union members say no progress has yet been made.
Unite regional officer Terry Cunliffe said: “We had offered to reconsider this week’s industrial action if the trust withdrew the threat to impose these shifts on our members, but...it has refused.
“We have a duty to fight such proposals and to bring this issue to the attention of the public," he added.
The strike will begin at 8.30am on Thursday and continue on Friday."
Five people, some believed to be children, have been injured and taken to hospital after an inflatable slide was blown away in Ripley in North Yorkshire.
A North Yorkshire Police spokesman said: "Officers have seized the slide and investigations are continuing at the scene.
"The Health and Safety Executive have been informed and are also attending the scene of the incident."
Karl Milner, the executive director of Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, tweeted: "[Leeds General Infirmary] major trauma centre put on alert following pile up on M62 near Castleford".
Motorists have been advised to use the M18 or M1 instead. The carriageway is not expected to reopen until 6pm tonight.
The Government played no part in the decision to suspend children's heart surgery at Leeds General Infirmary, peers were told today.
Health minister Earl Howe said the decision was taken by the local health trust in agreement with the Care Quality Commission and NHS medical director Sir Bruce Keogh.
– Lord Howe
The Government strongly believes that it was the right thing to do.
It is absolutely right that the NHS should act quickly and decisively if there is any evidence that patient safety maybe at risk.
But Liberal Democrat Lord Shutt of Greetland warned there had been "murky internal health politicking" going on over the issue of children's heart surgery in Yorkshire.
– Lord Shutt of Greetland
Why is the Government determined to deny the people of Yorkshire a children's heart unit when Yorkshire has a population of 5.3 million - similar to Scotland, Denmark and Finland.
Yorkshire is double the size of the north east of England, where the Government is happy to see that region locally served.
Lord Howe said the premise of Lord Shutt's question was "incorrect", adding:
– Lord Howe
The Government has not taken a role in this matter. This is a matter which
the NHS has led. There's no agenda by the Government at all apart from our
desire to see the best possible children's cardiac services provided in this
Professor Sir Roger Boyle has stepped down as director of the National Institute of Clinical Outcomes Research. He has been at the centre of the row over the future of the Leeds Children's Heart Surgery Unit.
He said that he would not want his daughter to be treated at Leeds. The comments led to him being taken off the review team that is overseeing changes to children's heart surgery.
Greg Mulholland, MP for Leeds North West, has tweeted:
"Secretary of State announces that Sir Roger Boyle will play no further part in the Safe & Sustainable review."
Professor Sir Boyle had faced demands to step down over his claims that he would still not want his daughter to receive treatment at Leeds General Infirmary – even though it has reopened following a Government review.