England’s Health Care — Not There!

Before Congress inflicts a health care system that doesn’t work in other countries upon Americans, let’s look at yet another example of universal health care’s failings:

The babies born in hospital corridors: Bed shortage forces 4,000 mothers to give birth in lifts, offices and hospital toilets

By : Jenny Hope & Nick Mcdermott

Women are giving birth outside of the wards

Maternity crisis: Women are giving birth in lifts and even toilets

Thousands of women are having to give birth outside maternity wards because of a lack of midwives and hospital beds.

The lives of mothers and babies are being put at risk as births in locations ranging from lifts to toilets – even a caravan – went up 15 per cent last year to almost 4,000.

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