Rona Mackay: This month, I will meet a local constituent at his farm to discuss four calves that were aborted during pregnancy due to Neospora. Dogs are a primary host for the parasite, and it can take just one cow grazing on pasture that is contaminated by infected dog faeces for the entire herd to be infected. Can the minister tell me what is being done to educate members of the public that, when...
Preet Kaur Gill: ...she has made of the potential impact of UK budget reductions to the UN sexual and reproductive health agency on (a) maternal deaths, (b) child deaths, (c) unintended pregnancies and (d) unsafe abortions.
Lord Murphy of Torfaen: ...We need our institutions in Northern Ireland. We need them to deal with issues like this. I feel deeply uncomfortable that the British Parliament should be dealing with these matters, whether it is abortion, this issue, legacy, or whatever it might be. We should not be doing that. This should be a matter for the devolved parliament in Northern Ireland. Why have devolution if we do not use...
Women’s Safety (Abortion Clinics)
Baroness Eaton: To ask Her Majesty's Government what periodic review of literature they conduct in respect of the latest scientific evidence on foetal viability.
Stella Creasy: ..., further to his written statement of 24 March 2022, what recent assessment he has made of the Northern Ireland's Department of Health's levels of compliance with the direction to provide access to abortion for women in Northern Ireland; and if he will make a statement.
Fleur Anderson: I do not weep very often, but I wept when I heard from a Uyghur survivor about the forced abortion policy and its impact on her. It was horrendous evidence to hear. The Chinese Government are simply not being held to account. There is no justice and no end in sight, despite all the measures that are being outlined. If this looks like a genocide, it is a genocide. If there is evidence that it...
Kit Malthouse: ..., when they were carted off and arrested. Then there was the conundrum faced by the hon. Member for Ealing Central and Acton (Dr Huq): she has happily accepted restrictions on protest outside abortion clinics and, in previous legislation, outside schools and vaccination centres—privileging them, quite rightly, as areas where protesters may come into conflict with those who are going to...
Sally-Ann Hart: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what the evidence base is to support the use of fetal analgesia during in-utero surgery for spina bifida from 19 weeks' gestation, but not its use before the termination of a pregnancy at the same gestation.
Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, whether she has had recent discussions with her US counterpart on the reported Supreme Court opinion on overturning the Roe v Wade decision made by that court in 1973.
Ian Paisley Jnr: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, how much the Government has provided to the Safe Abortion Action Fund in each of the past five years.
Edward Leigh: ...conducted by Dr Stuart Derbyshire, if he will ask the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists to update its guidelines on the use of fetal painkillers from 18 weeks gestation prior to an abortion.
Ian Paisley Jnr: To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what steps the NHS takes to ensure that the costs of abortion services provided on the NHS by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service are an accurate reflection of the costs involved.
Brandon Lewis: ..., my officials and I have had a number of discussions with the Northern Ireland Minister of Health and his department on these matters. This week we have again discussed the matter of providing abortion services in Northern Ireland in advance of laying Regulations to ensure these services are provided. The Written Statement I have made in Parliament today sets out the details of those...
Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland, what steps he plans to take to ensure fully-funded and commissioned abortion services are made available to women in Northern Ireland as soon as possible following the Northern Ireland Assembly election; and what his planned timetable is for taking those steps.
Stella Creasy: ...for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, what assessment she has made of the potential effect on the human rights of women throughout the world of any change to the Roe vs Wade ruling on abortion.
Jessica Morden: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs, what discussions she has had with her counterpart in the US Government on the implications of any decision by its Supreme Court to reverse the Roe vs Wade judgment.
Diana R. Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether she has plans to review the need to establish buffer zones around abortion clinics in England in the context of the Northern Ireland Assembly having voted to introduce such zones in Northern Ireland in March 2022 and the First Minister having committed to examine that matter in Scotland in May 2022.
Brandon Lewis: Section 9 of the Northern Ireland (Executive Formation) Act 2019, places me under a legal duty to ensure that women and girls in Northern Ireland can access abortion services. I am determined to ensure that women and girls in Northern Ireland can access abortion services in the same way as those living in the rest of the United Kingdom. On 22 July 2021, I gave a direction to the Northern...