Head of chain of abortion clinics tries to explain “increasing difficulty in recruitment” of abortionists

Tony Kerridge  spokesman for Marie Stopes, Britain’s biggest private provider of abortions, is trying to explain why there are so few doctors becoming abortionists:

“It’s not glamorous work for doctors which may partly explain the increasing difficulty in recruitment over the last five or six years, and younger people no longer understand or recall the time when abortion was illegal.”

“More young doctors oppose abortions on ethical grounds” London Evening Standard April 16 2007

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Sarah is a member of the board of The Pro-life Alliance of Gays and Lesbians.
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