Care for Women: Parliamentary Briefing.

In this ten-minute video clip, I outline the findings from our Mystery Client Investigation into the provision of telemedicine abortion at home.

This was at a briefing for parliamentarians organised and hosted by Christian Concern on Thursday 10th December. Other speakers included:

  • The lawfulness of pills-by-post (Roger Kiska, Legal Counsel, Christian Legal Centre)
  • New findings gathered from freedom of information requests (Christian Hacking, CBRUK)
  • Stories from helpline of devasting effects (Regan King, CEO, Pregnancy Crisis Helpline)
  • Testimony from a woman who took these pills with devastating side effects (pre-recording)

The Government has open consultations in Scotland, England, and Wales in which all members of the public are being asked to respond to the question of whether the temporary approval given by Matt Hancock on March 30th, in response to the COVID-19 emergency, should now be made permanent.

We think that doing so would be a mistake, resulting in continued degradation of care for women and so we are asking that you consider the evidence and respond to the government asking for the temporary approval to cease and for a return to the prior arrangements of in-clinic assessments before a woman is prescribed the abortion pills.

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