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Royal College of Midwives apologises after referring to 'postnatal people' instead of women or mothers in post about newborn sleeping advice

The Royal College of Midwives has apologised after excluding the words 'women' and 'mother' in favour of 'postnatal people' in its latest guidance for handling sleeping babies.

The guidance, which has since been taken down from the RCM's website, gave instructions for health professionals on how babies should be put to sleep.

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