Abortion and Conscientious Objection
Hill, Daniel J
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 2010 Apr; 16(2): 344-50
In this article I do not seek to discuss when, if ever, abortion is morally permissible. Rather I seek to analyse the precise legal status of the exemptions afforded under British law to those with a conscientious objection to abortion. I then argue that the legal status quo in Britain is not morally satisfactory, and that the law urgently needs to be changed.
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