We've now finished this service of news, travel updates, a regular weather forecast and the odd choice morsel from social networks and the like, for today.
The main points were:
- Cumbria's police commissioner urged that a plan to centralise many hospital services in Carlisle, meaning sick or injured patients having to be taken by ambulance from West Cumbria, be tested to make sure it didn't put lives at risk;
- A national report said people in rural counties like Cumbria were losing services;
- And the body that represents patients in the county said the North Cumbria hospitals trust needed to regain trust, after a coroner said two deaths were due to neglect.
Have a good evening.