Jail for woman who killed unborn twins – The Independent

Posted November 9th, 2009 in abortion, child cruelty, news, perverting the course of justice, sentencing by sally

“A woman who killed her unborn twins after injecting herself with drugs to induce their birth was finally jailed today after going on the run.”

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The Independent, 6th November 2009

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Poison abortion bid doctor guilty – BBC News

Posted October 19th, 2009 in abortion, doctors, news, poisoning by sally

“A doctor has been found guilty of poisoning his lover in a failed attempt to induce an abortion.”

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BBC News, 19th October 2009

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Abortion ad rules review delayed – The Guardian

Posted September 8th, 2009 in abortion, advertising, news by sally

“Regulators have delayed publication of the results of a controversial review of the UK advertising code, which includes proposals that could allow abortion clinics to run TV commercials, until next year after receiving around 4,000 submissions.”

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The Guardian, 8th September 2009

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Abortion numbers for disabilities should be kept secret: Government lawyers – Daily Telegraph

Posted June 1st, 2009 in abortion, data protection, freedom of information, news, statistics by sally

“Releasing data on the number of abortions performed for conditions like clubroot and cleft palate may cause ‘mental distress or harm’ to vulnerable women and must be kept secret, lawyers for the Department of Health have argued.”

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Daily Telegraph, 29th May 2009

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Late abortion tribunal challenge – BBC News

Posted May 29th, 2009 in abortion, freedom of information, news by sally

“Pro-life campaigners are continuing their fight for the publication of details of late medical abortions. An information tribunal is set to hear a Department of Health appeal that such information should not be published.”

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BBC News, 28th May 2009

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Unborn twins killer sent to jail – BBC News

Posted May 1st, 2009 in abortion, news, perverting the course of justice, sentencing by sally

“A woman who accidentally killed her unborn twins then blamed a midwife has been convicted in her absence at Bristol Crown Court.”

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BBC News, 1st May 2009

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Ministers fight to keep late abortions secret – Daily Telegraph

Posted December 8th, 2008 in abortion, data protection, news, statistics by sally

“Late abortions of ‘less than perfect’ foetuses are the subject of a secrecy row with the Government.”

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Daily Telegraph, 8th December 2008

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MPs back embryology shakeup but abortion row continues – The Guardian

Posted October 23rd, 2008 in abortion, embryology, news by sally

“The most significant shake-up of embryology laws for 20 years was last night approved by MPs, as the government faced down accusations of ‘shabby’ behaviour for thwarting the debate on abortion.”

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The Guardian, 23rd October 2008

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Anger at abortion debate timing – BBC News

Posted October 22nd, 2008 in abortion, news by sally

“MPs are set to debate the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill, amid anger that Commons timetabling means amendments on abortion will be shelved.”

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BBC News, 22nd October 2008

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Harman to block Commons votes on liberalising abortion laws – The Guardian

Posted October 21st, 2008 in abortion, news by sally

“Harriet Harman is planning to block a series of Commons votes tomorrow to liberalise Britain’s abortion laws, which could have overturned a ban in Northern Ireland, in a move that was condemned as ‘disgraceful’.”

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The Guardian, 21st October 2008

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MPs give up battle to restrict abortions – The Observer

Posted October 20th, 2008 in abortion, news by sally

“Anti-abortion MPs last night abandoned their parliamentary fight for new restrictions, calling for the bitterly contested issue to be resolved by a high powered inquiry instead.”

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The Observer, 19th October 2008

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Scrap qualifying conditions for abortion and let women decide, say academics – The Times

Posted October 17th, 2008 in abortion, news by sally

“Britain’s 40-year-old abortion law flouts the legal principles that underpin modern medical practice, 85 academic lawyers and ethicists say today.”

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The Times, 17th October 2008

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Fertility reform held up by MPs, says watchdog – The Guardian

Posted October 14th, 2008 in abortion, embryology, news by sally

“Plans to overhaul Britain’s fertility laws have been held up by political squabbling over abortion rights, the head of the country’s fertility watchdog said yesterday.”

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The Guardian, 14th October 2008

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MPs’ bid to change abortion laws – BBC News

Posted July 8th, 2008 in abortion, news by sally

“A cross-party group of MPs will attempt next week to end the requirement for a second doctor to give their approval for an abortion to take place.”

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BBC News, 8th July 2008

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MPs reject cut in abortion limit – BBC News

Posted May 23rd, 2008 in abortion, news by sally

“The upper time limit for abortions will remain at 24 weeks after MPs voted against proposals to reduce it.”

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BBC News, 21st May 2008

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Q&A: Abortion law – BBC News

Posted May 20th, 2008 in abortion, special report by sally

“As MPs prepare to debate the upper time limit for abortions, what is the debate about and what are the current rules?”

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BBC News, 20th May 2008

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MPs to begin debate on embryology and abortion – The Guardian

Posted May 19th, 2008 in abortion, assisted reproduction, embryology, news by sally

“MPs will today begin a two-day debate that will affect the future of embryo research, IVF treatment and abortion.”

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The Guardian, 19th May 2008

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Human Fertilisation Bill has been hijacked, says Health minister – The Independent

Posted May 19th, 2008 in abortion, news by sally

“Dawn Primarolo, the Public Health minister, has accused MPs campaigning for a stricter law on abortion of having a hidden agenda which aims ultimately to prevent all terminations.”

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The Independent, 19th May 2008

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Abortion debate: Gordon Brown to oppose 20-week limit change – Daily Telegraph

Posted May 16th, 2008 in abortion, news by sally

“An attempt to lower the legal abortion time limit will be opposed by Gordon Brown during next week’s vote on the issue.”

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Daily Telegraph, 15th May 2008

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MPs set to back new embryo research laws – The Guardian

Posted May 12th, 2008 in abortion, embryology, news by sally

“MPs will reject demands for tighter controls on abortion but are ready to allow new laws pushing back the boundary of research on human embryos, according to a survey carried out by the Guardian.”

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The Guardian, 12th May 2008

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