If you want evidence that we need to tighten up on abortion laws, here it is;
NHS figures released to the Press Association under the Freedom of Information Act show another two teenage girls had their seventh abortion in 2010, the most recent year for which data is available, while four more teenagers had a termination for the sixth time. Fourteen teenage girls had their fifth abortion in 2010, 57 teens had a termination for the fourth time and 485 women aged 19 or under went through the procedure for a third time.
SEVEN ABORTIONS. Grotesque. I feel sorry for the girls concerned in one way but cannot help but wonder what sort of family background they must come from and what sort of values they must have that they can terminate life on such a serial basis? Multiple abortions on the NHS seems to be a gross caricature of what the original Abortion Law was brought in to address.