One of Britain’s most well-known abortion providers has provoked anger by saying she is so delighted with a British Medical Association’s vote to completely decriminalise abortion that she can’t stop humming the 1970s disco classic Ain’t No Stoppin’ Us Now, the Daily Mail has reported.
The paper reports : Ann Furedi, chief executive of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), one of the country’s biggest abortion providers, made her comments in an online magazine. And in a separate BPAS report, she said abortion should be regarded as no more than another form of birth control.
But psychologist Dr Michael Scott called the comments ‘deplorable’. He added: ‘When it comes to bad taste, this is unsurpassed.’
Crossbench peer Lord Alton added: ‘Every abortion is a tragedy.’
Furedi has previously supported gendercide - aborting babies because they are girls – and has spoken at Abortion Rights Campaign events in Ireland. In Britain one in every 5 babies is killed before abortion, and 90% of babies with Down Syndrome are aborted. BPAS makes more than £25 million from the British taxpayer for performing abortions.
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