Skip to content

Aisling Hubert debates BPAS Chief Executive on wider availability of the morning-after pill

Aisling Hubert, a client of Christian Concern, debates Ann Furedi, the Chief Executive of BPAS, over the proposal to make the morning-after pill more widely available.

BPAS, Britain's largest abortion provider, has proposed that the pill should be available on shelves without medical consultation.

Aisling says the morning-after pill has "abortifacient qualities", and that asking questions such as, "What is your family medical history?" are very important when taking these kinds of drugs.

29/11/2016
8m 40s

Twitter

  • What do you think? Last week the reported that children 'as young as 4' at an English primary school ar… https://t.co/x6dpQaLgaS 1 hour 35 min ago
  • Jeremy Thomas' book The Nation's Gospel is: "Unlike many history books, this truly understands the impact and weigh… https://t.co/ANoCFbuZah 1 day 7 hours ago
  • DIY abortions are 'just the start'. Both Wales and Scotland have made recent steps to change abortion legislation t… https://t.co/PbE0CEYrtE 1 day 11 hours ago
  • . Director Ben Virgo interviewed 's Chief Executive Andrea Williams last week. Listen to th… https://t.co/CmEz2Cgkwd 1 day 22 hours ago
  • All we need is love. That’s the gospel, right? David Robertson gives his take on 's Royal Wedding sermon.… https://t.co/PhLVmylGAR 2 days 5 hours ago

Subscribe to our emails