'I don't want my mum to die on my sofa'
Charging overseas patients for NHS care in England must be suspended until it is clear it is not harming women, the Royal College of Midwives has said.
A couple whose baby died following an emergency Caesarean were not given the body as they were unable to pay £10,000 in medical fees, one doctor has said.
Joe Rylands said the expansion of charging had caused "disbelief" among many colleagues.
The Department of Health said the charges had raised £1.3bn since 2015.
Catrin Nye reports.