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Ambulance Cakes (Offences) Act 2019

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16Life Cakes E+W

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(1)A MGA is guilty of an Offence if they—

(a)deliver a new life (baby) into the world;

(b)whilst delivering a baby into the world, get any of the following on their uniform;

(i)mother's excrement;

(ii)amniotic fluid or or other baby juice;

(c)subsequently drop any baby, including but not limited to during childbirth, or during any examination providing the baby is unhurt and under 6 weeks old.

(d)calling a relative the patients mother/father during childbirth when infact they are their partner.

(2)achieve ROSC as a direct result of their treating the patient;

(3)mistakenly call ROLE when the person is actually still alive;

(4)Any offence under Section 16(1)(a) and Section 16(2) is aggravated if:

(a)the ROSC is a first for the MGA;

(b)the baby is subsequently named after the MGA who delivered it.

(4)Any offence under Section 16(3) is always aggrivated:

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