Abortion rise connected to Marie Stopes work, says SPUC
7 February 2007
Abortion rise connected to Marie Stopes work, says SPUC Westminster, 7th February 2007 - The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) has responded to Marie Stopes's comments on the unprecedented numbers of abortions it performed in its clinics last month. Anthony Ozimic, SPUC political secretary, commented: "Marie Stopes should stop trying to fool the public by feigning innocence and bewilderment about the rise in abortions. There is overwhelming evidence that easier access to birth control drugs and devices, which Marie Stopes promotes and provides, has failed to contain the rising number of abortions. Marie Stopes also spends significant resources promoting and providing abortion. Unborn children are being killed and vulnerable women are suffering post-abortion trauma as a result of Marie Stopes' work."