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All four holders of the “Great Offices of State” have failed to support a woman’s right to access safe abortions in England over the past seven years, the Guardian can reveal.

You’d almost think that this is a political subject, where views can and do differ.

Wouldn’t that be weird?

8 thoughts on “Gosh”

  1. I must concede that, if any woman wishes to kill her child, I wouldn’t mind eliminating her from the gene pool.

    But I can’t see why MY money should be wasted on the matter.

  2. “Katherine O’Brien, the spokesperson for the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (Bpas), said giving Caulfield responsibility for abortion was “more than a disregard for women’s health, it feels like a slap in the face”.”

    When will Conservatives realise they have to stop funding their enemies? 99% of the income for BPAS to carry out abortions comes from the NHS.

  3. It’s not even a particularly political issue, as abortion doesn’t feature strongly in manifestos, and is pretty much a non-issue during campaigns. It’s just down to the fact that different people have different views on morality, and different priorities. You might as well pick four people at random from the street.

  4. There must be a dishonest meaning behind “safe abortions” What is it?

    According to the fanatics, abortion freely available up to about a week past birth.

    And I’m not joking nor exaggerating

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