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BMA betrays women by voting for extreme abortion agenda

27 June 2017


The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC), the world’s oldest pro-life group, has condemned the passing of a motion to decriminalise abortion at the British Medical Association's Annual Representative Meeting. 

Dr Anthony McCarthy of SPUC said:

“The BMA has betrayed all who take seriously healthcare for pregnant woman in favour of an extremist agenda in line with the abortion industry’s laissez faire ‘up to birth’ attitude to ending the lives of unborn children. Against overwhelming public opinion and against those who support women by refusing to trivialize abortion, the BMA has today undermined the consciences of doctors who refuse to follow an ‘autonomy’ agenda that has nothing to do with good medicine and everything to do with ideology.”

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