A woman from Essex is blaming the new NHS 111 service for her husband's death - after he waited more than 90 minutes for an ambulance.
An Essex hospital could be responsible for more than 500 preventable deaths in the past two years, according to an investigation.
Dozens of families have contacted ITV London over the treatment of their loved ones at Basildon Hospital.
Thousands of campaigners marched from St. Thomas' Hospital to Downing Street this lunchtime to put pressure on the Government about changes to hospitals in the capital. Several have been told they will have units closed or downgraded. Glen Goodman joined the marchers.
Protesters are expected to march through the capital today, in response to changes to the NHS.
The demonstration follows closures and new proposals for emergency services London.
Campaigners will cross Waterloo bridge and deliver a letter to Number 10 Downing Street, detailing their concerns.
– Save the NHS campaign- excerpt from letter addressed to Number 10
We recognise that the NHS has to respond to change in demographics and medical advances to deliver better services. However, closure of nine A&E Departments across London, a number of maternity units and thousands of hospital beds will put Londoners lives at risk.
We are calling for an immediate end to the closures and privatisation threats to London's NHS.
Sarah Mulenga's neighbour called an ambulance to her home in Barking when she collapsed two years ago.
Two student paramedics arrived, but a coroner concluded there was a 'gross failure to provide basic medical attention', and she died from natural causes contributed to by neglect.
The 21-year-old who suffered from sickle cell disease died later that day.
The London Ambulance Service has apologised for the poor level of service provided.
Spokesman Richard Webber said:
"This was in no way related to cuts, it was related to poor care delivered by two staff who no longer work for the London Ambulance Service.
"I'd like to reassure the people of London that we do provide a good, safe and effective service to thousands of people who do call us every day."
Shaheen Bhatia owns a chemist's in Ilford and has been nominated for an Asian Women of Achievement Award for her work with drug addiction and teenage pregnancy.
But she's done so despite fierce opposition from some in her community.
Ria Chatterjee went to meet her.
The London Ambulance Service has apologised for the mistake by two ambulance paramedics that led to the death of Sarah Louise Mulenga. Both of the crew no longer work for the service. Assistant Chief Ambulance Officer Richard Webber said the ambulance crew was qualified to do the job.
The family of a Barking student who died in Newham University Hospital have said they will take legal action against the London Ambulance Service.
Sarah Louise Mulenga died two years ago after an ambulance crew who were on a student paramedic programme failed to check her properly even though they knew she suffered from the condition sickle cell anaemia.
They decided not to take her to hospital immediately - a decision which a coroner has described as "a gross failure".
Her family claim that a lack of fully qualified staff meant that the student paramedics were sent to help Sarah.
A new centre of excellence for children and young people with disabilities will open in Brent today. Named after Paralympian Ade Adepitan, the short stay centre will enable people aged between five and 18 to enjoy a wide range of experiences whilst giving their families and carers a short break.
Seventeen thousand people will be walking through capitals streets at midnight tonight. Wearing pink bras, they'll be raising money and awareness for breast cancer.
Alex Smith from Cobham in Surrey has taken out an advert in a newspaper to draw attention to the fact that his son Harrison has Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
It's a muscle-wasting disease which causes loss of movement and paralysis, and sufferers have a life expectancy of around 25.