The success of the Paralympics triggered a rethink of Britain’s abortion laws, campaigners have said.
An alliance of pro-life campaigners and religious groups launched a new push to restrict the 1967 Abortion Act.
“The recent Paralympics made this contradiction yet more glaring,” they say.
“The athletes produced such astonishing examples of courage and triumphs over disability that we now have to rethink what we mean by ‘disabled’ and ‘able’.”
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