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18 March 2013

bpas blog: ‘We don’t choose to miscarry. We should at least get a choice about how it is handled.’

Katherine O'Brien discusses the difficulties many women face when trying to access medical management of miscarriage.

14 March 2013

Commentary: Why is the government hiding its sexual health policy?

Katherine O’Brien, BPAS press and policy officer, writes on the Liberal Conspiracy blog.

29 October 2012

Science, Money and Women’s Reproductive Choices

Clare Murphy, Director of External Affairs at BPAS, writes on the Huffington Post UK.

19 October 2012

Wasting Time on the Time Limit: The Real Issues in Women’s Reproductive Healthcare

Clare Murphy, Director of External Affairs at BPAS, writes on the Huffington Post UK.

31 March 2012

‘Abortion industry’: A slur on the women who support their choice

Clare Murphy, BPAS Director of External Affairs, discusses the impact that campaigners' vilification of abortion providers is having on women inside the clinics.

11 January 2012

Taking stock of the morning-after pill

Clare Murphy, Director of Press and Public Policy, discusses the reaction to BPAS's Christmas campaign promoting advance prescription of the Emergency Contraceptive Pill.

5 December 2011

Inflating the cost of abortion services

In her new blog for Abortion Review, Clare Murphy, BPAS Director of Press and Public Policy, challenges the claim that 'taxpayers spend £30million a year more on abortion than previously thought'.

1 December 2011

Anti-abortion protests

Clare Murphy, Director of Press and Public Policy, discusses the compassion deficit exhibited by protestors outside abortion clinics in Britain.

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