Daily roundup 4 January: Mental health, child slavery, and energy drinks

Neil Puffett and Sophie Eminson
Thursday, January 4, 2018

One in four pregnant women found to suffer mental health problems; three people found guilty of child slavery offences; and supermarket chain set to introduce ban on sales of energy drinks to under-16s, all in the news today.

A study by King's College London found one in four pregnant women suffer with mental health problems. Picture: Phil Adams
A study by King's College London found one in four pregnant women suffer with mental health problems. Picture: Phil Adams

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