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Victory for partners supporting their wives and girlfriends in labour


Victory for partners supporting their wives and girlfriends in labour: UK’s Covid inquiry to examine ‘draconian’ maternity ward policies after MoS’s Lone Births campaign

  • Inquiry chairwoman Baroness Hallett concluded the issue should be included 
  • One father had to sit in hospital car park while wife had surgery after miscarriage
  • He had also been banned from the scan that showed their baby had died 

The impact of banning partners from supporting wives and girlfriends in labour is to be examined by the Government’s UK Covid-19 Inquiry in a victory for The Mail on Sunday’s Lone Births campaign.

Inquiry chairwoman Baroness Hallett concluded the issue should be included as a result of the ‘overwhelming weight of opinion’.

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