Doctor convicted over boy's death 'should be struck off'

There were angry scenes outside the High Court in London as a mother from Leicester confronted a group of doctors. Nicola Adcock's son Jack died at Leicester Royal Infirmary six years ago.

The paediatrician in charge was found guilty of manslaughter, but can't be banned from working in medicine forever.

Today, the General Medical Council has been appealing against that decision. They want Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba to be struck off permanently. But she is supported by some in the medical profession, as Rebecca Burrows reports.