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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

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