FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE UK Department of Health abortion statistics show that no matter the law, people still travel for abortion. Abortion Support Network believes even one person is too many. 13 June 2019 2018 Department of Health … Continued
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Pro-choice groups have warned that women in Malta are being targeted with “deception and intimidation” to prevent them from accessing legal abortion care overseas.
The Abortion Support Network (ASN) said it was guiding immigrant women in Ireland towards Dutch abortion facilities because it was taking too long to obtain visas for English clinics.
Three pro-choice groups have warned that anti-abortion groups in Malta are spreading misinformation in a bid to prevent women from accessing safe and legal abortions overseas
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