Data published by the Office of National Statistics, show clearly that the increasing gap between conceptions and births is due to the increasing number of abortions. The ONS notes: "Prior to 1969, the first full year for which abortions data were available, the number of conceptions was equivalent to the number of births." Source: Office... Continue Reading →
One day this month, we will reach these numbers: 🏘️200,000 women taking the abortion pills at home, since Government approval on 30 March 2020; 🏥10,000 of these women being treated in hospital for complications arising from taking the abortion pills. #EndImmediately
In 2020, Marie Stopes global provision of abortion fell by 40%. They provided 2,800,000 abortions compared to 4.6m in 2019. The original 'target/goal' for 2020 was 5m abortions. The CEO's remuneration has fallen by 43% from 2018, down to £244,000 from a high of £434,000.
What do new abortion figures from Scotland reveal?
On 25 May 2021, Public Health Scotland (PHS) released its official abortion statistics for the year ending December 2020. You may have already read that in 2020 there were a total of 13,815 abortions, the highest annual total since 2008, and that 36% of these were repeat abortions, which continues an increasing trend year-on-year. In this short... Continue Reading →
Each month, 10,700 women self-manage their medical abortions at home, 350 of these will experience failed, incomplete abortions. At least 17 women will need hospital treatment for complications, every month, based on historic data of 1.6 complications per 1,000 abortions.
DHSC data shows an average 7,600 telemedicine abortions at home per month. A further 3,100 women self-administer misoprostol at home after taking mifepristone at an abortion clinic. Each month, 10,700 women self-manage their pregnancy expulsions at home.
Is the rate of abortion complications falling?
Official government data shows that each year, over 300 women suffer complications from abortion. Statistics from the Department of Health and Social Care for the last five years, shows that each year, 313 women who have an abortion in England and Wales, suffer from complications requiring hospital treatment, including haemorrhage, sepsis, and uterine perforations. This... Continue Reading →
How the pandemic revolutionised abortion access in the UK.
This is my response to an article in the New Statesman on December 15th, 2020. My main concern is the assertion that abortion has become safer since the introduction of telemedicine in April. The article states that there has been just one complication in more than 23,000 abortions at home, and that is clearly wrong,... Continue Reading →
Less than half choose pills by post.
Since government approval was granted for telemedicine abortion at home, less than half of all eligible women have chosen, or were offered, the option of pills by post. There are more women still visiting abortion clinics than those using telemedicine. On March 30th, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 lockdown and the ensuing difficulties facing... Continue Reading →
What is early medical abortion at home?
Abortion supporters go to great lengths to assure women that at early gestations, their ‘pregnancy’ is nothing more than a clump of cells, that it is not yet a baby. This article shows how a baby develops in utero, from the moment of conception. On 30 March 2020, Matt Hancock, the Secretary of State for... Continue Reading →