Abortion laws in the UK may fall foul of the European constitution.
Professor Jack Scarisbrick, national director of the charity Life, said he was confident they could win.
‘If you have a law which says special needs children can be killed, you are clearly practising eugenics,’ he told BBC News Online. ‘It is weeding out substandard human beings.’ ”
Of course UK laws are not fully applied as it is- the law states that abortion is allowed only where the life or health of mother or child are threatened. Doctors today claim this applies to all abortions, thereby allowing social abortion on demand- surely not intented by the law makers.Abortions are funded on the NHS, both for eugenics but also as a form of family planning. This cannot be right even to the most ardent pro-abortionsist.