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Human placenta found in an ice cream tub in London

Police are worried that a vulnerable woman may have given birth and require medical attention

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Baby girl born on packed commuter train just an hour after hospital told mum to go home

A baby girl was born on a London commuter train less than an hour after her mother was sent home from hospital, relatives claimed last night.

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Pregnant asylum seekers in Britain are at “serious risk” of developing mental and physical health problems as a result of systemic failings, a report claims.

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