The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery yesterday in Regents Park

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Best foot forward: The King's Troop Royal Horse Artillery showing its paces yesterday in Regents Park, central London, for assessment of the troop's fitness for its ceremonial duties - such as the Queen's Birthday Parade, Armistice Day and the Lord Mayor's Show Photograph: Emma Boam

Labour's paediatric intensive care table

London and South-east: Great Ormond Street, 99 children turned away since 1 January (246 in last seven months); St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, 12; King's College Hospital, five; Royal Alexandra Hospital, Brighton, seven.

North-west: Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, 32; Alder Hey Hospital, Liverpool, 21.

Anglian and Oxford: Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, 29; John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, 18.

Northern and Yorkshire: Leeds General Infirmary, 20; Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle, 18; South Cleveland Hospital, 11.

South and West: Bristol Royal Hospital for Sick Children, 20; Southampton General Hospital, 6.

Trent: Sheffield Children's Hospital, 12; Derbyshire Children's Hospital, three; Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham, four.

West Midlands: Birmingham Children's Hospital, eight; North Staffordshire Hospital, five.