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Support SPUC's Child Protection Petition

School nurses are being used in a scheme to distribute morning-after pills and other abortifacient drugs and devices to children across the secondary school age range. Parents are deliberately being kept in the dark about whether their daughters have been involved and these abortion-inducing drugs and devices are deceptively being called "contraception" or "emergency contraception".

Although the scheme is only being implemented in schools where the head teacher and governors agree, the government is promoting it throughout Britain and Northern Ireland. We need your help to expose this appalling scheme. Please sign and promote SPUC's Child Protection Petition.

John Smeaton, SPUC's national director, writes: "This is a battle to protect the lives and the welfare of our own children and grandchildren. This is a battle we must fight as never before. This is a battle which I am sure we can win. When people are informed, public opinion will strongly oppose what the government is doing."

Please order petition forms and supporting flyers by telephoning SPUC on (020) 7222 5845 or by emailing [email protected] or by completing and returning the form below.

To SPUC, 5-6 St Matthew Street, London, SW1P 2JT, fax (020) 7222 0630. Please send me signature forms and supporting flyers for SPUC's Child Protection Petition. I hope to be able to collect the following number of signatures (please tick):

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