Andrew Allison


In Uncategorized on October 27, 2007 at 2:01 pm

Since the Abortion Act of 1967, an estimated 6.7 million abortions have taken place in the UK. Anti-abortion campaigners displayed these figures on the Palace of Westminster last night.

This is a very controversial statement, but can you imagine what the population of the UK would be if those terminations had not taken place?
  1. How many of this 6.7 million were aborted for medical reasons – either the baby or the mother?

  2. So you’re basically saying that the UK is better off without those 6.7 people?

    (maybe you aren’t, but it sure reads that way)

  3. I was very naughty writing what I did. I did it to provoke comment.

    The abortion question is very complicated. How anyone can have firm views on either side amazes me. There is so much grey area in the middle.

    When I have the energy I will write fully on this subject, although there is a danger it will be the length of a thesis.

    What I was referring to when mentioning those 6.7 million abortions and what would the population of the UK be like if they had been born was more to do with how they would feel not being born in to a loving home where they are wanted. Would we have a much larger population with more people with more emotional problems? These are questions I will address in the future.

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