A High Court judge has rejected a bid by the father of Poppi Worthington to change the official record of her death.Read the full story ›
Toddler Poppi Worthington was sexually abused before her death, a coroner has ruled.
The "fit and active" 13-month-old was in an "unsafe" sleeping environment and suffered injuries to her bottom caused by penetration, Cumbria's senior coroner David Roberts said.
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Toddler Poppi Worthington was sexually abused before her death, a coroner has ruled.Read the full story ›
A timeline of events following the death of 13-month-old Poppi Worthington - whose second inquest is due to finish today.Read the full story ›
A senior coroner will today deliver his conclusions at the second inquest of toddler Poppi Worthington, who died more than five years ago.Read the full story ›
An inquest into the death of a baby girl from Cumbria is due to get underway later.
Poppi Worthington was 13 months old when she died at her home in Barrow in 2012. The High Court later ordered a fresh inquest into the Barrow-in-Furness youngster's death after the first hearing was deemed "irregular".
The inquest is due to open at Kendal County Hall
The Crown Prosecution Service has confirmed there will be no prosecution over the death of Poppi Worthington in Cumbria, after another review of the evidence.
Poppi died at her home in Barrow in 2012 when she was just 13-months-old.
A judge in the family court in January ruled Poppi's father had 'probably' sexually assualted her before her death.
In July, the CPS started a review of the evidence and have concluded the decision not to charge Paul Worthington was correct. He denies any wrongdoing.
The father of Poppi Worthington has reportedly been given cash to fund a legal battle to see his other children.Read the full story ›