|Under new European Commission plans, working mothers could be forced to take at least six weeks off from their jobs after giving birth.
At the moment, women who work in office-based jobs in Britain have to take a minimum of just two weeks off, while female factory workers must take four weeks.
However, in a draft EU directive on maternity, the European Commission has sought to extend compulsory leave as well as introducing other measures aimed at helping new mothers.
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