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79% of Tory members back Nadine Dorries' 'Right To Know' campaign on abortion

Tim Montgomerie

Nadine Dorries MP has already written for ConservativeHome to explain why "Britain’s abortion laws currently leave vulnerable women without the most basic support and help to which they should be entitled". With Labour MP Frank Field she has just launched the Right To Know website.

In the video below - which starts with moving testimony from a woman who was rushed into abortion - Nadine Dorries and Mr Field explain their parliamentary campaign to ensure that women do not consent to an abortion until they are fully informed of all options and consequences:

In the end-March ConHome survey we asked if members agreed that "women considering an abortion should be guaranteed access to independent information and advice from someone who has no vested financial interest in the outcome of their decision". 79% did agree and just 9% dissented.


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