Campaigners have saved Lewisham hospital from cuts, winning their long-running battle with the Health Secretary. And this time their victory seems final.
Judges today backed a court ruling this summer that Jeremy Hunt didn't have the power to downgrade Lewisham's A&E and maternity units. But what will today's defeat for the government mean for the future of other hospitals? With the full story here's our Political Correspondent Simon Harris.
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