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The Royal College of Midwives says the boxes can reduce the likelihood of babies sleeping unsafely, either on a surface like a sofa or with parents who smoke, drink alcohol, or take drugs, and would particularly benefit those born into deprived environments.
Gill Walton, general secretary and chief executive of the Royal College of Midwives (RCM), said it was important that expectant mothers were not distressed by the findings.
Labour MP Angela Smith, of the People's Vote campaign, said: "The news that the Royal College of Midwives have joined the Royal College of Nursing, Prospect and the TSSA in voting to support a People's Vote is hugely significant -- these unions know first-hand what the consequences of the Brexit deal being negotiated will be for their members and for the NHS, and they want the people to have a say.
| Nine Royal College of Midwives members are taking part in a four-day charity bike ride for Women's Aid
Helen Rogers, the director of the Royal College of Midwives in Wales, claims dedicated staff in Wales are faced with an ever-increasing workload which has the potential to negatively impact on patient care.
In 2013 a National Audit Office report into maternity services in England concluded that there was a shortage of midwives which means the NHS cannot offer women one-to-one care during labour, as recommended by experts including NICE and the Royal College of Midwives.
The National Audit Office says the NHS needs 2300 more midwives, although the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) puts the figure at 4800.
A report carried out by Netmums and the Royal College of Midwives also found that three quarters of mothers with post-natal depression said they did not see any medical help from maternity teams.
Mervi Jokinen, of the Royal College of Midwives, revealed that midwives often chat up about how on a full moon they have a busy day.
The Royal College of Midwives said in emergencies it may be impossible to evacuate overweight mothers quickly enough from a pool.
Both the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) and the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) have called for the Bill to be scrapped.
Men can be left "traumatised" by the experience, according to the Royal College of Midwives (RCM), and the pamphlet called Reaching out: Involving Fathers in Maternity Care will offer support to fathers and midwives.

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