NHS maternity care 'is in crisis' - Telegraph

Sat 4th Aug 2007 by Ben Palmer.

NHS maternity care 'is in crisis' - Telegraph
Fears over the standard of NHS services for expectant mothers were heightened last night after it emerged that the number of maternity beds has fallen by up to 40 per cent in some regions.

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