Few could have foreseen that the ferocious challenges of the past several months would produce the most radical change to United Kingdom and Scottish abortion law since 1967, by allowing the use of both sets of abortion pills at home, potentially for two years and beyond. As the Scottish government consults on the future of “at-home” abortion, there appear to be very few reasons to make the change permanent.
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