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Free Abortions in Britain
March 16, 2010
The Polish poster which advises women to travel to Britain for an abortion
They urge women to take advantage of EU rules allowing Poles free medical care in the UK.
And it tells them it is cheaper to fly to the UK to end an unwanted pregnancy than to pay for an illegal backstreet termination in Poland.
The advert – which borrows tastelessly from a famous “Priceless” credit card campaign – is promoted by a Polish feminist group. It was condemned last night for encouraging “abortion tourism”, and piling pressure on the hard-pressed NHS.
Critics warn that Britain is at risk of becoming the abortion capital of Europe.
A Polish source said yesterday that thousands of Polish women already flee the strict Roman Catholic country’s anti-abortion laws every year to undergo the procedure on the NHS.
Sir Andrew Green, chairman of think tank MigrationWatch, said: “We should insist the Polish government take action to have these posters removed.” He said the NHS was in danger of becoming an “international health service” and called for NHS clinics to make sure that those who turn up for free treatment are entitled to it.
The poster, left, shows a woman dressed in underwear with the words “My Choice” daubed in English across her stomach in large blood-red letters.
The words alongside parody a well-known Mastercard advert, starting: “Plane ticket to England at special offer – 300 zloty (£70).
The punchline reads: “Relief after a procedure carried out in decent conditions…PRICELESS.”
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