Why Boots chemist should not have capitulated to pressure from BPAS over emergency contraception

Over the weekend I waded into the debate on whether Boots should reduce the price of the so-called ‘morning-after pill’ and criticised the high street chemist for ‘capitulating in the face of political pressure’. Let me explain why. Boots had originally defied calls to slash the price of ‘emergency contraception’ – with its chief pharmacist saying it did … Read moreWhy Boots chemist should not have capitulated to pressure from BPAS over emergency contraception

Biotechnology companies positioning themselves to make millions from eugenic abortions

The Nuffield Council on Bioethics is warning that a new screening test for pregnant women, Non-Invasive Prenatal Screening (NIPT), which is due to be rolled out next year on the NHS, could lead to babies being aborted because they are the wrong gender or have other ‘undesirable’ characteristics. Professor Tom Shakespeare, chair of the Nuffield … Read moreBiotechnology companies positioning themselves to make millions from eugenic abortions