A mother from Wigan is in Westminster today as MPs debate continuing demands for an inquiry into the pregnancy- testing drug Primodos.
Now off the market, its manufacturers are denying that it caused babies to have deformities at birth.
Marie Lyon's daughter Sarah was one of hundreds affected and is demanding answers:
Sir Bruce Keogh, the medical director of the National Health Service is due to be interviewed as part of the investigation into University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust. The investigation follows a series of damning reports which said major failings means the deaths of mothers and babies were not properly investigated. A panel has been looking into midwifery care at Furness General hospital after a report by the health ombudsman identified serious errors in the care provided. Investigation chairman, Dr Bill Kirkup, a former deputy chief medical officer at the Department of Health, said interviews would be held in the presence of families only due to “sensitive and personal clinical matters”.
A family are making a heartfelt appeal to thieves who've stolen a little girl's passport.
Ella Tomlinson Scott is six and from Ellesmere Port. She's due to fly to New York in three-days-time.
The trip was planned as a reward for Ella who'd recovered from a dog attack and for saving her mum's life when she collapsed at home.
A man from Manchester who is fighting a deadly illness says he's so desperate to try out a new treatment, he's prepared to pay for it himself, and sign away his legal rights.
Carl Tilson who's 27 and from Manchester, has the muscle wasting disease Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
The drug that could help him is called SMT-C1100 Utrophin, but its manufacturers have refused Carl's request.
Paul Lenihan of Action Duchenne discusses whether drug companies are doing enough to combat the condition.
Ebola screening for travellers arriving in Britain from affected areas in West Africa is to be extended to Manchester and Birmingham airports, the head of Public Health England has said.
In his weekly message to staff, Duncan Selbie said that once the existing measures covering Heathrow, Gatwick and the Eurostar terminal at St Pancras had "settled", they would be rolled out to other ports of entry.
Next week the focus will be on Gatwick and St Pancras and, once settled there, we will then move to include Manchester and Birmingham," he said.
I appreciate very much that we are taking people away from their normal work, and please be assured that we are thinking hard and listening carefully to those on the ground to see how we can make this more sustainable.
What I am certain of is that we have the people who know how to keep the country safe and that is exactly what we will do.
Prison officers at three high security psychiatric hospitals, including Ashworth in Merseyside, are to go on strike in the bitter dispute with the Government over health workers' pay.
Members of the Prison Officers Association at Broadmoor in Berkshire, Rampton in Nottinghamshire and Ashworth will walk out for four hours from 7am on October 24.
The POA said a "high proportion" of its 1,300 members involved in the dispute would not receive a pay rise this year following the Government's controversial decision not to accept a recommended 1% wage increase for all NHS staff.
Midwives, nurses, ambulance crews and other NHS workers staged a four-hour strike in England and Northern Ireland on Monday in the same dispute.
It is regrettable that we are having to take this action, but we believe the Government was entirely wrong to interfere with the recommendations of the NHS pay review body.
"Our members are angry they have been treated in this manner. They do a dangerous job on behalf of society and deserve to be treated fairly."
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Impressionist and comedian Rory Bremner is speaking at a conference in Liverpool seeking to help children with ADHD.
Rory was diagnosed with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) as an adult in 2011 after seeing similarities when his young nephew. He became a Patron of the ADHD Foundation in 2013.
He says more needs to be done to help youngsters with the condition
The conference has attracted speakers from the USA, France, Italy and Ireland
The aim is to produce a detailed report to help influence policy, provision and best practice across the UK.