Women don't need to see videos of destroyed fetuses to understand the reality of abortion, says the chief executive of the UK's leading abortion and advice charity.
The furore around an abortion for cleft palate shows that British law does not give women the right to choose.
spiked editor Mick Hume in The Times (London), on the narcissistic self-indulgence behind Reverend Jepson's campaign against late abortion.
A barrister warns against judges intervening in decisions about unwanted pregnancies.
The difficult decision whether to abort a fetus with a cleft palate should lie with the pregnant woman, not a vicar or a judge, says the chief executive of the UK's leading abortion and advice charity.