I see that Nanny has been quietly building a DNA database, using blood samples taken from millions of newborn babies.
The blood samples are taken to check for serious conditions. However, despite giving new mums a nice little leaflet explaining why the samples are taken, what Nanny doesn't tell the mums is:
1 How long the hospitals will store the samples.
2 That the records can be accessed by police, coroners and medical researchers.
Some places are, apparently, keeping the samples on record for more than 20 years.
A glossy leaflet is not informed consent.
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