British abortion provider: look after Irish women at home

Call comes after a decision by Marie Stopes network to suspend services to non-NHS clients

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
12th February, 2017

It’s time for Ireland to take care of Irishwomen, a spokeswoman for one of the main providers of abortion services in Britain has said.

Donagh Stenson works at the British Pregnancy Advisory Service, which has been adding extra services and logistical support at its clinics after a decision last week by the Marie Stopes network of clinics to suspend services to its non-NHS clients, almost all of whom are Irish. BPAS operates clinics...

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