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Image caption Holly Eastall and her baby son Louie who died from sudden infant death syndrome. A mother who lost her son to cot death says she wants a change in how such cases are reported after misleading headlines left her feeling "suicidal". Holly Eastall, 23, from Kingston, south-west London, was grieving her baby when it was reported "child abuse officers" were investigating the case. All unexplained infant deaths are probed by child protection teams. Ms Eastall said that as a result of the reports she was accused of abusing her baby and considered suicide. She said she was sworn at in the street by strangers, spat on and ostracised by her friends. The reports were published just one ... Full story

18 April

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