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That this House commends UNICEF on launching their campaign to Change the Conversation on breastfeeding in the UK; notes that the UK has among the lowest rates of breast feeding in the world; regrets the cancellation of the national infant feeding survey in 2015, which provided vital data on breastfeeding rates; believes that breastfeeding can save children's lives and profoundly improve health; considers laying the blame on women for breastfeeding rates to be deeply unhelpful; supports the establishment of a high level national coordinating body for infant feeding; further supports work to create a supportive, enabling environment to encourage breastfeeding; and calls on the Government to work to remove social, cultural, economic and physical barriers to breastfeeding in the UK.
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