Little Jayden didn't receive medical care because he was born two days too early, according to medical guidelines in Britain.
A midwife said he was breathing and had a strong heartbeat, and described him as a "little fighter".
I kept asking for the doctors but the midwife said, "They won't come and help, sweetie. Make the best of the time you have with him".'
She cuddled her child and took precious photos of him, but he died in her arms less than two hours after his birth.
He may or may not have survived, but that is not the point. It seems that these rules are in keeping with the calculated views of the [monetary] value of human life and the arbitrary assignment of personhood through abortion laws. The death of a child is intensely hard to take, but the cruel, impersonal injustices surrounding this child's death only exacerbates the suffering.