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The inquest heard how his mother, Canadian actor, Tamara Podemski had been rushed into hospital following concerns about the baby's heart-rate. She was already two weeks overdue. A caesaerian section was planned for later that day, but was delayed until the morning - and Tamara was allowed to go home. Benjamin was later born in what was described as a very poor condition.
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A British actor today (Tues) said an investigation into his baby's death at the Royal United Hospital in Bath is being handled by police - amid claims evidence for an inquest had been tampered with. Mad Men and Tudors star Jamie King's wife Tamara Podemski, 38, a Canadian actress, lost their child after a caesarean section was delayed by a day. The emergency op was postponed and the baby died following another c-section the next day at the same hospital. An investigation into the...
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A senior doctor has denied a conversation with a midwife about the delaying of a caesarean section of an actor's baby who later died, an inquest heard. Consultant gynaecologist Aysha Qureshi said there was no discussion between her and Eileen Dack about the delayed procedure on Jamie King's wife. Mad Men and Tudors star Jamie's wife Tamara Podemski, 38, a Canadian actress, had been due to have a caesarean section at the Royal United Hospital, Bath, Somerset. But it was...
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A senior doctor has denied a conversation with a midwife about the delaying of a caesarean section of an actor's baby who later died, an inquest heard. Consultant gynaecologist Aysha Qureshi said there was no discussion between her and Eileen Dack about the delayed procedure on Jamie King's wife. Mad Men and Tudors star Jamie's wife Tamara Podemski, 38, a Canadian actress, had been due to have a caesarean section at the Royal United Hospital, Bath, Somerset. But it was...
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A senior doctor has denied a conversation with a midwife about the delaying of a caesarean section of an actor's baby who later died, an inquest heard. Consultant gynaecologist Aysha Qureshi said there was no discussion between her and Eileen Dack about the delayed procedure on Jamie King's wife. Mad Men and Tudors star Jamie's wife Tamara Podemski, 38, a Canadian actress, had been due to have a caesarean section at the Royal United Hospital, Bath, Somerset. But it was...
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Hong Kong migrants may have become numerous in the suburbs of Vancouver, but there is a part of Hong Kong that is forever Canada. To find it, you need to climb the lush uplands of Hong Kong Island's eastern tip to Sai Wan War Cemetery. The remains of 283 Canadian servicemen are buried here, their role in the World War Two defense of Hong Kong little understood, or even known, by the multitudes inhabiting the residential blocks and industrial buildings of the waterfront below. At about this time 75 years ago in January 1942 1,689 of their comrades who had survived the Battle of Hong Kong were being marched by victorious Japanese forces to the North Point prisoner of war camp, some eight kilometers from where the cemetery is located today. Another 264 Canadian soldiers were to die in Japanese captivity. Nothing remains of the camp, and no memorial or plaque has been erected on the site, which is presently occupied by part of the King's Road playground.
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