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A baby died in a prison cell after a teenager was left unattended to give birth because of a series of failings, a watchdog report found on Wednesday. The child was born in Bronzefield prison in Ashford, Middlesex, in September 2019 to an 18-year-old woman from Camden who had been remanded in custody for the first time on a robbery charge after suffering a “troubled and traumatic” childhood. There were also “missed opportunities” to detect her going into labour and a “completely inadequate” failure to send a nurse in response to a call for help from the woman using her cell bell.
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Damning report published into death of baby born to teenager in prison cell Inquiry into how 18-year-old gave birth on her own in HMP Bronzefield in Ashford finds many failings The report from the Prisons and Probation Ombudsman made a number of criticisms about the care given to the vulnerable teenager at HMP Bronzefield. Photograph: Mark Harvey/Alamy Stock Photo
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Swiss voters decide on Sunday whether to allow same-sex couples to wed and adopt children after a highly charged campaign pitted gay rights activists against conservative opponents in one of the last Western European countries to still ban gay marriage. The federal government and parliament approved opening civil marriage to same-sex couples, but opponents forced a referendum on the issue under Switzerland's system of direct democracy. During the campaign, opponents of the reform used images of crying babies, while supporters waved "Yes, I do" rainbow flags at the Zurich and Geneva pride parades.
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