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More than 100 parents and children have gathered in Swansea, to support a mother who was called a 'tramp' on the internet after breastfeeding in public.
It is one of many demonstractions that have been held around the UK today.
Wales captain Sam Warburton may miss this summer's tour to South Africa after dislocating his shoulder in the dying moments of Wales' record breaking 51-3 win against Scotland at the Millennium Stadium.
Head coach Warren Gatland revealed the Wales skipper underwent treatment immediately after the game but faces the prospect of months out of action and may need surgery to correct the problem.
The injury comes as a second blow to a senior player in the space of two weeks after full back Leigh Halfpenny suffered the same injury during last weekend's championship ending defeat to England at Twickenham - an injury which medics have assessed will rule him out of action for around four months.
“I don’t’ think he’s very good", Warren Gatland said.
“It looks like he’s dislocated his shoulder and the had to put it back in after the game so we’ll have him scanned tomorrow but the likelihood is he’ll probably need an operation in that so it looks like that will rule him out for the rest of the season and probably the tour as well."
Wrexham lost 3-1 at Grimsby this afternoon in the Skrill Premier, thanks to two late goals.
Scott Neilson put the hosts in front, before Wrexham equalised through a Shaun Pearson own goal.
Craig Disley and Andy Cook scored in the final five minutes to condemn Wrexham to defeat.
West Brom came from behind to beat Swansea City, and confirm that Garry Monk's side are very much in a relegation dogfight.
Roland Lamah put Swansea ahead after two minutes, but West Brom fought back in the second half through Stephane Sessegnon and Youssouf Mulumbu.
Swansea are just four points above the relegation zone.
Cardiff City's battle against relegation was dealt a cruel blow at Everton, as Seamus Coleman struck the winning goal in injury time.
Goalkeeper David Marshall kept Cardiff in contention throughout with a string of saves.
Gerard Deulofeu put the hosts in front on Merseyside, but Juan Cala's equaliser looked to have secured a point, before Coleman delivered late heartache for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side.
Wales have thrashed Scotland 51-3 on the final day of the Six Nations.
Warren Gatland's side ran in seven tries in all, against a visiting side that was reduced to 14 men when Stuart Hogg was sent off.
George North and Jamie Roberts scored two each, and Liam Williams, Taulupe Faletau and Rhodri Williams also crossed, as Wales were rewarded for playing thrilling attacking rugby.
Cardiff City are level 0-0 at half-time against Everton in the Premier League.
Bluebirds goalkeeper David Marshall made several fine stops in the first half, as Cardiff battle for a result which would boost their fight against relegation.
Swansea City lead West Brom 1-0 at half-time in the Premier League, thanks to an early goal from Roland Lamah.
Wales lead Scotland 27-3, after a thrilling first half at the Millennium Stadium.
Liam Williams, George North and Jamie Roberts all crossed for tries, as Warren Gatland's side finally found their form in the Six Nations with some exciting attacking rugby.
Scotland full-back Stuart Hogg was sent off, after leading with his shoulder in a late challenge on Dan Biggar.