When a woman has a water birth it means at least part of their labor, delivery, or both happen in a pool filled with warm water. This method of delivery could offer a variety of benefits including a reduction in pain, while possibly speeding up a mom's labor. The post ACOG Recommends Moms Labour In The Water – Deliver On Land appeared first on Growing Your Baby.
Around 100 MPs were missing or abstained from vote to withdraw support for Saudi-led coalition Dozens of Labour MPs are facing a backlash for being absent from their party’s motion to withdraw UK support from Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen, with Emily Thornberry, the shadow foreign secretary, calling their actions disappointing. Show More Summary
"I want it to become part of the norm of discussion in schools, so discussing it in literature, discussing it in history, so that we don’t treat it as separate."
It has been a strange year for Ken Livingstone. The former London mayor was at the centre of an anti-Semitism row which engulfed the Labour Party earlier this year, after suggesting Adolf Hitler supported Zionism before "going mad" and...Show More Summary
Don Brind says its to inflict misery on Zac by helping him get re-elected “The man’s a disgrace. His office is just along the corridor from mine and I never see him. He obviously doesn’t want to be an MP. The thoughts of a veteran MP provide the perfect justification for Labour fighting the Richmond […]
Labour is standing in the Richmond Park by-election. But should it? At the 2015 general election, Zac Goldsmith romped home with 58% of the vote. The Liberal Democrat runner up mustered 19% while Labour languished on 12%. The highest proportion we ever managed was at the 1997 high watermark, and then it was a measly twelve-and-a-half per cent. Show More Summary
In June 2012, a stage collapsed before Radiohead’s scheduled concert in Toronto, killing drum technician Scott Johnson, who was 33. A year later, Ontario’s Ministry of Labour brought charges against Live Nation, which promoted the concert. Show More Summary
Boris Johnson rejects calls for end to arms sales to Saudi Arabia as it maintains ‘positive diplomatic influence where UK interests are at stake’ A Labour demand for the UK government to withdraw support for the Saudi-led coalition in...Show More Summary
In a rare piece of good news seized on by embattled President Francois Hollande, France recorded its sharpest drop in unemployment for 20 years in September, the labour ministry said yesterday, Tuesday, evening.
The Herald reports that the Labour Party is facing the prospect of meltdown in next year's local council elections including in its former strongholds of North Lanarkshire and South Lanarkshire. Now this would be a richly deserved payback...Show More Summary
Figures suggest three in four wards lack on-site cover and recommendations on early pregnancy care have not been carried out About three in four labour wards do not have on-site overnight cover from consultants, figures suggest. A survey...Show More Summary
In a welcome piece of good news for embattled President François Hollande, France recorded its sharpest drop in unemployment for 20 years in September, the labour ministry said Tuesday.
France recorded its sharpest drop in unemployment for 20 years in September, with 66,300 fewer people looking for work, the labour ministry said Tuesday. The figure, which will boost embattled President Francois Hollande, brings the jobless total to 3.49 million in mainland France and more than erases August's increase in job seekers of over 50,000.
The Labour Party has been fined £20,000 ($24,450) for breaching spending rules during the 2015 general election campaign — the largest fine ever dished out to a British political party. The Electoral Commission, the body which regulates...Show More Summary
Air France KLM promoted the head of the Air France unit to group finance director, after earlier separating itself from group CEO Alexandre de Juniac, to clear the air in poisoned relations with the labour units who organized costly strikes last year. Show More Summary
Offshoring and biases in technical change can have observationally equivalent effects on domestic labour demand, which precludes a quantification of their relative impacts. This column shows how biased technical change can be identified by studying global value chains that include all stages of production, both at home and abroad. Show More Summary