'I'll never forget seeing lifeless baby son'
Media playback is unsupported on your device
Video

Will Quince MP on stillbirths and infant deaths

The Department of Health has announced new funding to try to halve the number of stillbirths and infant deaths.

More than £4m will be allocated to improve training and ensure hospitals have the best equipment.

The move has been welcomed by the Colchester MP, Will Quince, whose wife delivered a stillborn baby last year.

He told the Victoria Derbyshire programme he would never forget what it felt like to see his wife give birth to a lifeless child.

  • 13 Nov 2015
Go to next video: Stillbirths 'down since smoking ban'