Campaigners who fought to save wards and jobs at a north London hospital say they are not convinced by the trust's new plans for the future.
Last week bosses at Whittington Hospital scrapped their original plans. Today they've announced they won't cut the number of beds, and instead of limiting the number of babies born there, they'll invest in expanding maternity services.
Ria Chatterjee reports:
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