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Hung out to dry; SUNDAY SHOUT Letters will not be included unless you include your name, full postal address and daytime phone number (we prefer to use names of letter writers but you can ask for your name not to be published if you have a good reason). Address letters to: The Editor, Liverpool ECHO, PO Box 48, Old Hall Street, Liverpool L69 3EB. Or email us at: letters@liverpoolecho.co.uk Email:letters@liverpoolecho.co.uk.

"HELL hath no fury like a woman scorned" - and that would certainly seem to be true in the case of the local midwife who had a brief 'fling' with a policeman in Benidorm, and later helped care for his partner's new born baby.

While the midwife has her name and picture splashed across the ECHO and may be subject to a disciplinary procedure, both complainant, "Rachel, not her real name" and her policeman partner remain anonymous to protect the baby.

"It takes two to tango" - so it seems someone, who should have known better, is getting away very lightly whilst the midwife is being hung out to dry.Bernie Hunt, Kensington Fields

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Apr 1, 2018
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