We've now finished posting news, weather forecasts, and some rather icy travel reports for today.
Here are some of the main points:
- Ten days of hearings in the Poppi Worthington inquest, with often-harrowing evidence and a detailed debate over what the evidence meant, came to an adjournment, with the coroner, David Roberts, promising to deliver his verdict next month;
- South Lakeland councillors voted unanimously, in effect, to go back to building council houses by lending money to housing associations;
- And in the way of Parliamentary conventions, Carlisle's Conservative MP John Stevenson played his part in a Commons rebellion and abstained - by voting twice.
We'll be back to do it again from 08:00 tomorrow.
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Have a very good evening.