Down’s syndrome: ‘In all honesty we were offered 15 terminations’

By Charlie Jones BBC News

Ninety per cent of women whose unborn babies are diagnosed with Down’s syndrome choose to have an abortion, which is legal right up until birth. But campaigners say expectant parents are routinely given outdated advice and encouraged to have a termination. We hear from three mothers who want the system to change.

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