Abortion laws treat disabled as ‘inferior’, says Tory MP

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MP Fiona Bruce called for the Government to review the abortion law, explaining that a disabled unborn child has “effectively no rights up to birth”.

Speaking during a House of Commons debate, she said many would be shocked to discover they can be aborted “as many as 16 weeks beyond the 24-week threshold for able-bodied babies”.


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