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Scottish babies will be sleeping in cardboard boxes, too

LONDON — All babies born in Scotland are to receive a cardboard box full of essential items for newborns, Scotland's first minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced.  SEE ALSO: What women around the world take to the hospital when they give birth The scheme — which has been in place in Finland for over 75 years — involves giving expectant mothers a starter kit of clothes, sheets, diapers, toys, and a cardboard box that doubles as a cot.
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