Campaigners demanding that their local children's heart surgery hospitals in England remain open won a partial victory today as the Health Secretary suspended a controversial review.
Jeremy Hunt admitted the initial decision to close units in Leeds, London and Leicester was based on faulty data.
But he said the review would be revisited and that some services would still have to shut.
ITV News reporter Martha Fairlie explains more:
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