Monthly archive: June 2015
18 June 2015The regulatory cliff edge between contraception and abortion
Professor Sally Sheldon discusses the legal and moral significance of implantation.
17 June 2015Abortion: Trusting women to decide, and doctors to practise
This new BPAS publication lays out the case for why we need to re-think Britain's abortion law.
16 June 2015Abortion law reform in Britain 1964-2003
A personal account, by David Paintin.
11 June 2015England and Wales: Abortion statistics for 2014 published
The Department of Health statistics, published on 9 June, show that the abortion rate is stable, and more than half of women ending pregnancies are already mothers.
4 June 2015UK: Once-a-month pill thwarted by abortion law
A new survey conducted for British Pregnancy Advisory Service has found that 48% of women would consider a once-a-month pill to stop development of early pregnancy. But archaic abortion laws stand in its way.