A Roman Catholic pro-life midwifery student who was banned from her hospital placement has won an apology and payout from her university.
Julia Rynkiewicz, 25, faced suspension from midwifery studies and a four-month fitness-to-practise investigation as a result of her involvement in pro-life society
They tried to throw her off her course because she’d joined SPUC or whatever it’s called these days.
Despite the NHS rules saying that you don’t have to do abortions if you think they’re wrong.
One more brick in that wall of argument about university. It’s, more often than not these days, a method of insisting upon a set of beliefs than anything else.