Ellie-May Clark (right) was having a severe asthma attack when she arrived 10 minutes late with her mother Shanice (inset) at The Grange Clinic, in Newport, Wales.
But Dr Joanne Rowe (left), 54, refused to see the youngster, sending her home without even looking at medical records.
Both Devon and Cornwall are at risk of flooding as western regions expect winds of up to 50mph, dropping to between 35mph and 40mph later on Saturday as the country recovers from the worst snow storms since 1991 (pictured, top-right, snow in the south-west).
Trains came to a standstill and passengers resorted to walking on tracks in London (pictured, left) and shelves were left bare in supermarkets (pictured, bottom-right) due to deliveries being halted.
The UK’s oldest swimming club, the Serpentine Swimming Club, based in Hyde Park, has never seen such a busy week. Alex Redpath from Burnmouth, Borders, was stuck after finishing work in Eyemouth, so her granny, Anne Redpath, offered her refuge at her house.