bpas pleased to see Dorries' amendment amendment "so overwhelmingly rejected."
Wednesday, 7 September 2011
bpas comment on Nadine Dorries MP's amendment to the Health and Social Care Bill
Bpas chief executive Ann Furedi said:
“Bpas is pleased to see Nadine Dorries’ amendment so overwhelmingly rejected. We look forward to being able to focus our efforts on the issues which pose a genuine problem for women considering ending a pregnancy.”
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