I know I\’m out of step with many…..with most….on this subject but:
They had both previously given notice of conscientious objection to any involvement in abortions and said they were not expected to participate in such treatment. But in 2007 the health board introduced changes that meant patients undergoing medical terminations were cared for in the labour ward, where the women worked. They were not expected to administer abortion-inducing drugs but management said requiring conscientious objectors to provide care for patients through a termination was lawful.
But in 2007 the health board introduced changes that meant patients undergoing medical terminations were cared for in the labour ward, where the women worked.
Bed 1, \”Yes, a girl, we\’re calling her Maisie, we\’ve been trying for years to have a girl and now she\’s only a day away!\”
Bed 2, \”Kill mine, cut it up, haul it out and burn the remains\”.
Bed 3, \”Weak uterus I\’m told, have to stay here in bed for as long as I can to give the little chap as much chance as I can. He\’ll be premature but maybe not too premature if I just stay calm and quiet and here.\”
Bed 4, \”19 weeks? Yup, that\’s legal, get it out.\”
The same ward?