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Boots, Trump and Northern Ireland...Why are we still having to talk about abortion and contraceptive rights in 2017?

Amy Hills-Fletcher

For many people, 2017 will be remembered as a year when moralistic and reactionary arguments around abortion rights and women’s contraceptive rights were dragged back into the mainstream. 932 more words


Most women want lower abortion limit, poll finds (UK)

My Christian Daily 25 May 2017Family First Comment: Interesting results from a poll in the UK. “According to the poll, only one per cent of respondents support the abortion limit being raised to birth – something being pushed for by one of Britain’s largest abortion providers, BPAS.

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Building the British Podcast Awards 2017

For three months, Matt Deegan and I have been building an awards night from scratch. It sounded a ridiculous feat back in January, and I’m still not quite sure how we did it, but here we are. 317 more words


Anti-abortionists on the rise in the UK

US style tactics of displays outside of abortion clinics has become increasingly popular here in the UK over the past 6 years.

In 2014, British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) launched their ‘back off’ campaign where they hope to have ‘buffer zones’ between clinics and the displays. 1,483 more words