Natalie Towers who forced a miscarriage at 32 weeks of pregnancy is jailed – Daily Mail


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Natalie Towers who forced a miscarriage at 32 weeks of pregnancy is jailed
Daily Mail
But a spokesman for the British Pregnancy Advisory Service said all pregnant women must be able to seek professional help, adding: 'Under current legislation women who induce their own pregnancies … need to be aware they can be prosecuted and face a …
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