Our thanks to Stu for this. The start of the piece:
Women’s right groups have criticised Theresa May’s decision to appoint an MP who opposed the decriminalisation of abortion to a role representing women.
Maria Caulfield, new Conservative vice chair for women, said decriminalisation would lead to “abortion on demand”. [J4MB: We’ve had “abortion on demand” in the UK since 1967, and everyone knows it.]
Abortion provider BPAS said the PM’s decision to appoint Ms Caulfield to the role was incredibly disappointing.
Sophie Walker, Women’s Equality Party (WEP) leader, said Ms Caulfield could “never advocate effectively” for women.