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Tuesday, February 8, 2005

Police inquiry delays government report on British agency's referrals for illegal late term abortions.

A government inquiry into the scandal of British women being helped to have illegal late-term abortions of healthy foetuses has delayed publishing its findings following an intervention by the police.

Sir Liam Donaldson, the Chief Medical Officer, had been set to report this month on his examination of the actions of the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), the National Health Service-funded charity that was revealed by this newspaper to be directing women to a Spanish clinic, Ginemedex, which would abort healthy babies beyond 30 weeks' gestation

The West Midlands force and officers from Warwickshire police are conducting criminal investigations into BPAS and a Birmingham general practitioner, Dr Saroj Adlakha, who arranged an abortion for a patient's healthy 31 1/2-week-old foetus at the Ginemedex clinic in Barcelona in 2003
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