There are renewed calls for the Medical Director of the NHS in England to be suspended after the closure of the Leeds children's heart surgery unit.
Sir Bruce Keogh ordered that operations be stopped at the hospital last week over fears about death rates, but campaigners insisted the mortality figures were wrong. Now North East Lincolnshire Council are to discuss calling for the NHS boss's suspension.
Meanwhile independent experts will be on the wards this weekend to decide whether the unit it safe to re-open next week.
NHS England and the Care Quality Commission have confirmed that Children’s Heart Surgery Services at Leeds General Infirmary are safe.
Children's heart surgery is set to resume at Leeds General Infirmary after days of uncertainty over its future.
The Children's Heart Federation says the interests of management at the LGI have been "put ahead of critically ill children".