Saturday, November 06, 2010

Abortion: the Case for Informed Consent

Whatever one's views on abortion, the fact that, at present, UK law does not require a woman to receive objective information before committing to the procedure, sets it apart from other European countries which have both lower rates of abortion and informed consent enshrined in law.

Nadine Dorries MP, a hated figure among some sections of the liberal left, makes the case for such informed consent to be enshrined in UK law.

I think her argument makes perfect sense.

Forward to 22:20 to hear the MP make her point in the House of Commons here.

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