Abortion “pills by post”: approval of procedure not unlawful – Court of Appeal – UK Human Rights Blog

Posted October 22nd, 2020 in abortion, doctors, judicial review, news by sally

‘The secretary of state had granted a temporary approval during the COVID-19 pandemic of “the home of a pregnant woman” as a class of places for the taking of Mifepristone, one of the two drugs required for a termination of pregnancy during the first 10 weeks. The appellants challenged this decision by way of judicial review, arguing, inter alia, that it was unlawful as being without the powers conferred by the Abortion Act 1967 (as amended).’

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UK Human Rights Blog, 21st October 2020

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