Published 17/01/2013 | 17:00
• Abortion in 'special cases' was Britain's original compassionate remit for introducing abortion in 1967.
Recent UK data claims that 85pc of women change their minds about abortion when they see life on a scan. So the culture of abortion is changing – but the law is being broken.
A 'Daily Telegraph' video investigation sadly found that sex-selective abortion is widespread among certain South Asian communities in the UK. Baby girls are aborted simply because the parents prefer to have a baby boy.