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Her Body Her Choice bill 2017, Joecphillips (Seconded by Jammy Duel MP)






A

BILL
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Reform the abortion act as her body her choice.









BE IT ENACTED by The Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Commons in this present Parliament assembled, in accordance with the provisions of the Parliament Acts 1911 and 1949, and by the authority of the same, as follows:—

1- Repeals
(1) Abortion act 1967 is hereby repealed

2- Abortion
(1) A person shall not be guilty of an offence under the law relating to abortion when a pregnancy is terminated:
a) at any time until the severing of the physical connection with the mother.
b) using any method.

3- Citation and commencement
(1) This Act extends to the United Kingdom.
(2) The provisions of this Act come into force on Royal Assent
(3) This Act may be referred to as the Her Body Her Choice Act 2017


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Her body, her choice




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(Original post by Quamquam123)
Aye. The notes are a bit short () but I am firmly in favour of this bill, and indeed legalised abortion in general.
You do realise that this bill makes it legal for a mother to chew their babies head off when they're born as long as the umbilical cord hasn't been severed and you have the audacity to call me barbaric?

And dear god you do hate the idea of babies being born.
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Just going to refer you to my post on the Abortion Bill thread:

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>"her own body"
Can we stop with this meme please.
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(Original post by Quamquam123)
I was confusing the 1967 act with a different one so no, I am not in favour of this bill.

Not really.
You don't need to look at what the 1967 Act is, it is written in THIS BILL that it is legal to do what was described, you disgusting excuse for a koala.
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Aye - This is something I agree with unlike that utterly disgraceful UKIP bill on abortion.
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(Original post by Jammy Duel)
You don't need to look at what the 1967 Act is, it is written in THIS BILL that it is legal to do what was described, you disgusting excuse for a koala.
Right ok. It doesn't particularly help that the notes are so brief in that case.

I can confirm that I am indeed a disgusting excuse for a koala.
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This bill would allow a pregnancy to be terminated after a woman's waters have broke right before labour, and would allow a baby to be murdered by any method if the umbilical chord had not been cut.
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(Original post by Nigel Farage MEP)
This bill would allow a pregnancy to be terminated after a woman's waters have broke right before labour, and would allow a baby to be murdered by any method if the umbilical chord had not been cut.
Her body her choice
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(Original post by Nigel Farage MEP)
This bill would allow a pregnancy to be terminated after a woman's waters have broke right before labour, and would allow a baby to be murdered by any method if the umbilical chord had not been cut.
You can thank me for making sure Joe ensured that #herbodyherchoice was the case all the way until the silly phrase cannot hold.
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Well one could say that it's also the father's choice too. The father gets ignored when it comes to abortion, surely they should deserve a say?
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I think the proposers, who I presume intended this as a joke, may be surprised at the support this gets.
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Have the right of the House completely given up on actually trying to improve people's lives, instead resigning themselves to sneering from the sidelines? Talk about intellectual bankruptcy.
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Abstain, don't know where to go and fed up of seeing this issue again and again!
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Well one could say that it's also the father's choice too. The father gets ignored when it comes to abortion, surely they should deserve a say?
Sexist pig, it's HER body, not his, why do you want to reinforce the patriarchy in law?!?!?!

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facetious, obviously lacks so much in the way of protections against dangerous methods etc
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This is clearly a joke bill in reaction to UKIP abortion bill

So I'll abstain
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I said in the Abortion Bill thread, abortion should be permitted up until 15 weeks into the pregnancy, after that, abortion should be illegal. It shouldn't be outright banned. However, abortion being allowed when the mother's waters have broken is irresponsible. This Bill is not funny in any way whatsoever.

Nay.
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(Original post by Wilhuff Tarkin)
I said in the Abortion Bill thread, abortion should be permitted up until 15 weeks into the pregnancy, after that, abortion should be illegal. It shouldn't be outright banned. However, abortion being allowed when the mother's waters have broken is irresponsible. This Bill is not funny in any way whatsoever.

Nay.
It's been irresponsible for months when the water has broken, but oh well, her body her choice.

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Now we see the true barbarians who would be fine with someone killing a baby just because it has an umbilical cord connecting the baby and the mother.
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