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The UK's health authorities are thinking of making vaccinations compulsory - and even given to newborns - following a rise in the number of measles and whooping cough cases
Sally Clark was imprisoned for three and a half yearsafter being found guilty of smothering to death her two children
In October 2001, the government added a new 'safer' vaccine to its booster schedule, with no real safety testing