Daily roundup: Heart surgery U-turn, child poverty figures, and female genital mutilation

Gabriella Jozwiak, Neil Puffett, Tristan Donovan
Thursday, June 13, 2013

Child heart surgery restructure ditched, 2.3 million children live in poverty, and MPs criticise female genital mutilation failures, all in the news today.

Child heart surgery is to continue at the Royal Brompton Hospital as a result of the decision. Image: Royal Brompton
Child heart surgery is to continue at the Royal Brompton Hospital as a result of the decision. Image: Royal Brompton

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