Child deaths ‘not properly investigated’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption‘I feel like Great Ormond Street have taken her from me’ Great Ormond Street Hospital failed to properly investigate child deaths, suggests evidence uncovered by the BBC. The source of one fatal infection was never examined and in another case GOSH concealed internal doubts over care. Amid claims GOSH put reputation above patient care, former Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt urged it to consider a possible “profound cultural problem”. Responding, the central London hospital said it rejected all suggestions that it treated any child’s death lightly. BBC Radio 4’s File on 4 programme has spoken to several families whose children were treated at the world-famous hospital. Image copyright Family handout Image caption Alice …

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A76 closed due to suspected gas leak and fire

A number of properties were evacuated after a suspected gas leak and fire in Dumfries and Galloway. The A76 was closed following the incident, which happened at about 16:15, near High Street, Sanquhar. Traffic Scotland said the road was closed in both directions after the alarm was raised. Police put a diversion in place but later said the incident was not serious. The road reopened at 17:30.

Raleigh erupts overnight as protesters converge on chief’s and governor’s homes following police shooting

(CNN)A Raleigh police officer shot a man during a foot chase, spurring demonstrators to flock to the shooting scene, downtown government buildings and even the governor’s and police chief’s homes. Paramedics took Torres to WakeMed in Raleigh for treatment. His condition was not immediately known. No officers were injured. Torres faces three charges: altering/removing the serial number of a firearm, going armed to the terror of the public, and resisting, delaying and obstructing an officer, Raleigh police spokeswoman Laura Hourigan said in an email. It was not immediately known whether he had an attorney. ‘One of them has a gun…’ Deck-Brown wasn’t sure whether the officer who opened fire asked Torres to stop, she said, but her department is petitioning …