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Written Answers — Department of Health and Social Care: Abortion (27 May 2020)

Lord Bethell: The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists has issued clinical guidelines for healthcare professionals on Coronavirus infection and abortion care. The guidance sets out the circumstances where women should be asked to attend a clinic for an ultra-sound scan. However, it states that “most women can determine the gestational age of their pregnancy with reasonable accuracy by last...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Matter of the Day: Abortion Regulations (31 Mar 2020)

Gerry Carroll: Yesterday, as was previously referenced, a young woman tried to kill herself as a result of being denied abortion services — she could not travel to England because of the current pandemic. The reality is that the former legislative guidelines had put women at risk for some time. They were guidelines that predated the light bulb and I am glad that they have come to an end. Obviously, during...

Coronavirus Bill - Committee: Amendment 6 (25 Mar 2020)

Lord Bethell: ...at a difficult time. I also recognise the strong stakeholder views given to me by the royal college, Marie Stopes and others, but it is the Government’s priority to ensure that women who require abortion services should have safe, high-quality care and that abortions should be performed under the legal framework already set out by the Abortion Act. It is vital that everyone, regardless...

Coronavirus Bill - Second Reading (Continued) (24 Mar 2020)

Lord Bethell: ...’s estate has issued advice on measures that can be used to enable implementation. I turn to the remarks of the noble Baroness, Lady Barker, who has made some important and pertinent points about abortion. We completely recognise that continued access to safe abortion services has to be a priority, and in early meetings she bore testimony to the challenge and stresses for women in that...

Scottish Parliament: E-health (22 Sep 2010)

Ian McKee: ..., it is important not to have the national spine with all information on it. A hospital doctor who needs to see an X-ray does not need to see GP notes on when the patient had, for example, an abortion or a sexually transmitted disease. Telehealth has enormous potential, but it is potential that we have found difficult to tap into in the past. Committee members will recall that I took...


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