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...maybe. Abortions are legal in the UK right? And I think I'm safe in assuming that late term abortions are illegal. As well they should be, you don't go through the first two trimesters and when you get to the third go "oops, didn't notice I was pregnant better take care of that". Abortions are a last resort, why make em worse by actually stopping a beating heart?
Nope, it's still a criminal offence if it's not done within the guidelines of the Abortion Act of 1967.
No they're not. For foetal abnormality and to save the life of the woman, it's legal up until birth. For the majority, the upper limit is 23 weeks and 6 days.
Bit confused by that statement, but if you're referring to the foetus, the heart starts beating after about 18 days.
I say "should". I think abortion is murder, not everybody agrees, and I think pre-meditated murder usually deserves death penalty, again, not everyone agrees. But I like that view.
that poster is a previously returning poster known as monocrat. He has some issues I think.
I think if you read the act it says "has not exceeded its twenty-fourth week" so if you had a good lawyer you could possibly be aright up until 24 weeks and 6 days
I think the Abortion Act 1967, is trying to protect the unborn, some laws are there to punish, others are there to protect
If you have your doctor remove a mole from your back, should both of you be charged with murder?