Pregnant women in London are more likely to have a caesarean birth than anywhere else in the country, reports the London Evening Standard. Almost 30 per cent of pregnant women across the capital will have one. The highest figures in the country are at the Chelsea and Westminster hospital, where 34.7per cent of babies delivered in 2008 were caesarean. The Evening Standard also reports an increase in inductions, and instrumental deliveries. Chief executive of the National Childbirth Trust, Belinda Phipps, said:

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