The morning after pill does not reduce abortions

Jul 25, 2017 by

by David Paton, The Conservative Woman: So perhaps Boots was not standing on especially high moral ground. Claiming it was keeping the price of emergency birth control (aka the morning after pill) high on the grounds that cutting prices might encourage misuse of the drug was somewhat hypocritical...

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UK to spend over a BILLION pounds of aid money on family planning and overseas abortion

Jul 14, 2017 by

from SPUC: The Department for International Development (DFID) has announced that the UK will spend over a billion pounds on family planning in the next five years, including access to “safe abortions”. International Development Secretary Priti Patel said at a Family Planning Summit...

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We are at a crossroads

Jul 4, 2017 by

from Voice for Justice UK: Last week, at their conference in Bournemouth, we saw the BMA vote in favour of decriminalising abortion, the practical effect of which would be to make termination legal for any reason up to birth.  Immediately after, following a proposed Labour amendment to the Queen’s...

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70,000 march in Ireland to Save the 8th

Jul 3, 2017 by

from SPUC: At least 70,000 people took part in the All Ireland Rally for Life on Saturday. The theme of this year’s march was “Save the 8th” – and record numbers turned out to defend the amendment to the Irish constitution, which defends the equal right to life of the...

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Children’s doctor who treats premature babies quits the doctors’ union after it voted to decriminalise abortion

Jul 2, 2017 by

by Jonathan Petre and Stephen Adams, Mail on Sunday: A children’s doctor who treats premature babies has quit the doctors’ union after it voted for the total decriminalisation of abortion. Dr Jessica Hudson, who works in the neonatal unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford, resigned...

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The Real ‘Dirty Deal’ – Abortion, Northern Ireland, the BMA, Killing white babies and Sacking the Disability Commissioner

Jun 30, 2017 by

by David Robertson, theweeflea: Politics is all about deals and compromises – especially if you have a minority government, like the current UK situation. In such circumstances in order for a government to get their programme through there has been a great deal of wheeling and dealing. The...

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