A couple whose baby daughter died during labour say they want to pursue criminal proceedings against the hospital trust where she died.Read the full story ›
A man from Stoke-on-Trent, who developed a stammer as a child, has allowed cameras to follow him at an intensive speech therapy course.Read the full story ›
A woman who died after overdose on diet pills did not receive appropriate care because the A&E was too overcrowded, an inquest heard.Read the full story ›
Ken Roberts' operation was cancelled yesterday as hospitals prioritise life-threatening emergencies. He's one of thousands of cancellations.Read the full story ›
Two men were arrested early Boxing Day morning after police were called by ambulance workers to a house in Spalding where a man had been injured.
A 30-year-old man was taken from the property in Juniper Crescent at 3am to Peterborough General Hospital where he is detained with what are thought to be non-life threatening injuries.
Two men aged 32 and 29 were arrested for causing GBH and will be questioned today.
Universities must be places that encourage free speech and "open minds, not close them", according to the Universities Minister.Read the full story ›
Two men and four women are being quizzed by police after an altercation in Boston in the early hours of Christmas Day which left a 29-year-old man in hospital with head injuries.
Police were called to a disturbance in the Brothertoft Road and Sidney Street area of Boston at about 1.40am this morning where they found a local man with a head injury.
He was taken to Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham where he's been detained for treatment.
Six local people , all in their twenties, were arrested and are currently being questioned about the incident.
The area has been preserved for scenes of crime examination which will take place later today.
Two senior doctors who blew the whistle on disgraced breast surgeon Ian Paterson have told ITV he could have been stopped much earlier.Read the full story ›
The condition was revealed by a nine-week scan, which showed the baby's heart and part of her stomach growing outside the body.Read the full story ›
There were angry scenes outside the High Court in London as a mother from Leicester confronted a group of doctors. Nicola Adcock's son Jack died at Leicester Royal Infirmary six years ago.
The paediatrician in charge was found guilty of manslaughter, but can't be banned from working in medicine forever.
Today, the General Medical Council has been appealing against that decision. They want Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba to be struck off permanently. But she is supported by some in the medical profession, as Rebecca Burrows reports.