A mum-to-be in west Norfolk has hit out at her local hospital which has banned home births.
Cathryn Remmington from Upwell near Wisbech wanted her second child to be born at home, but was told by the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn that she had to give birth in its maternity unit because of a shortage of midwives.
She says that's a breach of her human rights.
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