A woman from North Yorkshire who gave birth to her first baby in Spain twenty years ago, believes her child was stolen to order.
The country's baby trafficking scandal is thought to involve many thousands of babies and there have been public demonstrations in Spanish cities by parents who are convinced that corrupt doctors, nurses and nuns stole newborns to sell for adoption to wealthy couples.
Ruth Appleby, from Catterick, was told that her daughter Rebecca died soon after birth, but she has since uncovered evidence and now believes that Rebecca was in fact stolen.
She spoke to our correspondent, Rachel Bullock.
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