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Journal Vol. 11, No. 2 — The Witch Hunt

ISSN 0256-5004 (Print)

The Trial of Caroline Flint - report on the trial of a UK independent midwife

The Witch Hunt - International persecution of quality midwifery

The Ann Kelly Case - Midwifery in Ireland, and the independent midwife attacked by the establishment.

Trial by Newspaper - Pat Thomas looks at recent articles attacking campaigners for natural birth.

Jean Robinson reviews

Other articles in this Journal: Birth choices under threat in France; review of CESDI report into stillbirths and deaths in infancy; homebirth in Scotland attended by a midwife who was not licensed to practise in the UK; maternal deaths in Ghana; epidurals and fever; breastfeeding - using lay counsellors; maternity services in Surrey; health service ombudsman; European Network of Childbirth Associations conference; submission to House of Commons Select Committee on maternity procedures; midwifery in Australia; the Bounty pregnancy book; and more.

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