NHS spends 1m a week on repeat abortions: Single women using terminations "as another form of contraceptive"

NHS spends 1m a week on repeat abortions: Single women using terminations 'as another form of contraceptive' Figures reveal some women have returned for as many as nine terminations in their lifetime Repeat abortions most prevalent in London Half of all terminations carried out in Croydon were on women who had previously had at least one abortion | UPDATED: 00:44 GMT, 14 May 2012 A form of contraception: Research shows that some have seven, eight or even as many as nine terminations in their lifetime (picture posed by model) The Health Service is spending around 1million a week providing repeat abortions.

Hackers target website of Britain"s biggest abortion provider

Copycat hackers target website of Britain's biggest abortion provider British Pregnancy Advisory Service say women's records were not at risk | UPDATED: 16:11 GMT, 19 April 2012 Copycat hackers around the world have targeted Britain’s biggest abortion provider since a computer expert was arrested for breaking into the charity’s website.

Shocking figures show teenagers have a quarter of abortions in Britain

Shocking figures show teenagers have a quarter of abortions in Britain Nearly a quarter of all abortions in Britain are carried out on girls under the age of 20, a major report has revealed. The shocking figures, compiled by the EU, show British teenagers are far more likely than the average European youngster to have a termination. Those who compiled the report called for greater access to contraception, ‘youth-friendly’ sexual health services and better sex education in schools.

Pregnancy charity launches brazen adverts for the "standby" morning-after pill ahead of Christmas party season

Pregnancy charity launches brazen adverts for the “standby” morning-after pill ahead of Christmas party seasonWomen will be encouraged to claim free pill by filling in online form This is the lurid advert encouraging women to stock up on the morning-after pill over the party season. It is part of a campaign launched by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service to try to reduce the numbers of unwanted pregnancies that traditionally increase at this time of year.