It's been three months since the shock news that Huddersfield could lose its A&E.

On January 15, the Examiner broke the news that Huddersfield A&E could be closed, HRI demolished and emergency care based at Calderdale Royal Hospital.

In the weeks that followed, tens of thousands of people banded together to fight the plans, Huddersfield, Halifax and north Kirklees MPs debated the proposal in parliament and councillors announced their objections.

Rallies and protests have become commonplace at meetings attended by health chiefs, and last month the biggest rally seen in a generation was held in Huddersfield town centre as thousands came together to say NO! to Right Care, Right Time, Right Place.

Here's what's been happening since the announcement at the start of the year:

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