Alone, but not alone.

Pills-by-post has brought notable change for vulnerable women living with an abusive partner at home. The approval for telemedicine abortion, in which the woman does not need to first visit a clinic, has made it much easier for an abusive partner to coerce a vulnerable woman into having an abortion in the privacy of her... Continue Reading →

Public concerned over safety of DIY abortion.

An independent poll, commissioned by SPUC and conducted by Savanta ComRes, found that more than 90% of the general public in Scotland are concerned about safety, quality and legal issues related to the provision of DIY abortion. Some 93% believe that it is important for checks to be "put in place to ensure women being certified for... Continue Reading →

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 →

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. https://videopress.com/v/h87QuJaU?preloadContent=metadata 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... Continue Reading →

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