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More than half of mothers surveyed felt their privacy was invaded

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Minister says hospitals must 'get a grip' over invasion of privacy just hours after women give birth

Transfer news: Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas wins case to purchase London home, but will he be returning to Arsenal?

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The Mid Staffordshire NHS Trust went into administration in April

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Mobot madness: Mo Farah wins the 3,000m after bursting clear to reward fans

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At last – equality in the aristocracy: After a change in royal succession rules, blue-blood daughters' hopes are up

Controversial proposals to allow first-born girls to inherit aristocratic titles look likely to be given the green light after senior cabinet sources indicated the move would not be opposed by the Government.

Three centuries, two world wars and two continents: the amazing life of the world’s oldest woman, who has died at the age of 115

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Royal baby: Three heirs to the throne in line for first time in 119 years - and the fact it's a boy avoids gender issue

Royal baby will be heir presumptive, but a girl might still have faced obstacles from the Commonwealth

7.1million children will be in homes earning below minimum income standards by 2015

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