BPAS chief executive Ann Furedi said she was appalled that the media had been told about the latest inspections before the clinics.
She said: \”Abortion doctors provide an important service to women who are often in difficult circumstances.
\”Their work is already intensely scrutinised, with clinics regularly inspected by the Care Quality Commission.
\”Mr Lansley says he is shocked and appalled by the practices he has uncovered.
\”BPAS is shocked and appalled that Mr Lansley has found it necessary to inform journalists of alleged breaches of the abortion law before he has informed those responsible for providing the services that have been investigated, and before the investigation is concluded.\”
Quite, how appalling that the hoi polloi might be informed that people are breaking the law as they kill people.
Come along now, we all know what we\’re really doing here, running a production line operation to hoick the little \’uns out, but really, telling the truth about such matters really isn\’t on. Why, if told the details some might even oppose what is going on and we can\’t have that, can we?