The Government is to appeal tomorrow against a High Court ruling over a decision to cut services at a hospital.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt suffered defeat when a High Court judge declared "unlawful" his move to downgrade A&E and maternity services at Lewisham Hospital in south-east London.
The judge ruled that Mr Hunt lacked power after being told the changes would mean local people having "to travel a long, long way further to get access to vital services".
The Government is now asking the Court of Appeal to rule Mr Justice Silber went wrong in law.
More top news
Joshua Dobby admitted causing the deaths of child actor and his aunt following police chase in Penge, London, but denied manslaughter.
Sadiq Khan wants to introduce a rating system for heavy goods vehicles based on the level of vision the driver has from the cab.
Drug gangs are exploiting large numbers of children and pushing them onto the frontline of the UK’s class A drugs trade, ITV News reveals.