Hundreds are expected to take to the streets of Hull to protest over £99 million cuts to hospital services in Hull and East Yorkshire.
Campaigners, who intend to hand over a 2,000-plus signature petition, objecting to the cuts which could see the loss of 300 acute beds, to
Secretary of State Jeremy Hunt, will march through the city centre. The march starts at mid-day in Victoria Square.
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