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Philippa Taylor

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Philippa Taylor was Head of Public Policy at CMF until September 2019 and now works with CARE. She has an MA in Bioethics from St Mary’s University College and a background in policy work on bioethics and family issues.
Philippa Taylor

Recent blog posts written by Philippa Taylor

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Abortion and breast cancer: the link that dares not speak its name

As this is the last blog that I will write for CMF, I thought I’d write it on a topic that I believe is hugely important and highly controversial but one where findings are hidden and suppressed. Patrick Carrol, in an article in the Journal […]

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UK Government using ‘strategies of concealment’ to hide its imposition of abortion on developing countries

The UK Government assures us (taxpayers) that any public money given for abortion in developing countries is used in accordance with the receiving nation’s legislation. In a Parliamentary answer the Minister of State for International Development clearly stated that: ‘UK aid cannot be used to […]

Abortion pill reversal: a chance for a change of mind

Abortion pill reversal: a chance for a change of mind

How many of us have ever made a really big decision in life and then changed our mind? I suspect quite a few of us.  And if there was any ambivalence in the initial decision, then a subsequent change of mind is even more possible. […]

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Surrogacy: asking the questions no-one wants to ask (or answer)

In June, the Law Commission published a consultation document on surrogacy, which is still open for submissions. The premise of the consultation – and indeed of the Government – is that surrogacy is a positive, family-building, option but the current law is too restrictive and needs to […]

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Still time for some late summer reading:  two books for holiday packing

A book on the impact of new ideologies on European culture and another on their impact on Africa and international development should be relevant for quite a few holiday destinations.   Two books that I have recently read have been hugely informative – and challenging.  […]