Campaigners in court over NHS policy
A judicial review by a group of campaigners challenging government health policy in England gets under way at the High Court later.
The group, which was backed by Prof Stephen Hawking before his death, are fighting the creation of accountable care organisations (ACOs).
These are to act as partnership bodies incorporating hospitals, community services and councils.
Campaigners say it risks privatisation, but this is denied by ministers.
NHS England wants hospitals and other trusts to work closely with GPs and social care services to look after more patients in their communities rather than in hospital.