A former midwife has told the BBC she quit because she could not live with herself if she provided poor care.
Hannah Williams says staff shortages meant she kept patients safe, but sometimes only “by the skin of her teeth”.
BBC Verify analysis shows that the number of full-time equivalent midwife posts in England has gone up by 7% in the last decade.
In comparison, the overall NHS workforce has increased by 34%.
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