29 Aug '11, 9am

Abortion rules tightened in UK TODAYonline

LONDON - The Department of Health in Britain is set to announce plans for a new system of independent counselling for women before they finally commit to terminating a pregnancy. The move is designed to give women more "breathing space". Pro-life campaigners suggest the change could result in up to 60,000 fewer abortions each year in Britain. Last year, 202,400 were carried out. The plan would introduce a mandatory obligation on abortion clinics to offer women access to independent counselling, to be run on separate premises by a group which does not itself carry out abortions. Critics of abortion clinics claim that the counselling they offer is biased because they are run as businesses - a claim denied by the clinics. But abortion charities say they fear the proposals would prolong the period before an abortion takes place and that the motive is simply to reduce the numbe...

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