Fresh perspective, not time-limit debate, needed on abortion
5 October 2012
A fresh perspective, not a debate about time-limits, is needed on abortion, says SPUC.
SPUC was responding to comments to the Telegraph newspaper by Maria Miller, the new women's minister, in support of a reduction in the 24-week upper time-limit on social abortions.
Anthony Ozimic, SPUC's communications manager, commented: "Mrs Miller should instead be pushing for the government to stop its multi-million pound funding arrangements with the abortion industry, and to block broadcast advertising for abortion businesses." [SPUC, 4 October]
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