Joanne Thompson who set up Millie's Trust after the death of her daughter
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Millie Thompson's mother: 'My daughter might not have died'

Training in paediatric first aid will be a legal requirement for nursery staff in England under government plans announced following a baby's death.

Nine-month-old Millie Thompson, of Stockport, fatally choked on her lunch at Ramillies Hall School and Nursery in Cheadle Hulme, in October 2012.

A review was conducted after an e-petition was set up by Millie's mother, Joanne.

Joanne Thompson spoke to the BBC about her daughter's death and how it inspired her to launch the Millie's Trust campaign to make first aid training compulsory for all nursery staff.

  • 13 Mar 2015
  • From the section UK
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