More from the slow news day media freak show.
On December 19 a woman gave birth at Kingsbury Station, on the Jubilee London Underground Line.
That in itself is unusual, since that makes her "the second person to give birth on London's Underground rail network since it opened 146 years ago" according to Reuters UK.
Most, if not all media who carried the news item also mentioned that she is Polish and homeless.
Those descriptives are not insignificant, as they play into a national fear that the UK is under siege and that hordes of foreigners from the EU are invading its cities.
Strange that not one media noted a connection with another pregnant woman who gave birth far away from home, near the winter solstice. Except that woman's infant was not a girl.