Experts claim British women are being given insufficient advice, and compared the toxins in alcohol to those in Thalidomide, a drug which caused birth defects in the 50s and 60s.
The programme prettifies, sentimentalises and sanitises what goes on in the country. And anything which contradicts the Countryfile agenda is seemingly airbrushed out of the picture.
The advice drafted by bishops and launched by Cardinal Vincent Nichols was defended by the Bishop of Shrewsbury Mark Davies (pictured), who said it was a question of morals, not politics.
Fans of the Tudor-themed series questioned whether the use of the word, usually considered the rudest swear word in English, was ‘really necessary’.
The Prime Minister insists existing legislation is sufficiently strong to prosecute when terminations are carried out after mothers learn the sex of their baby.
Hundreds aboard Air France flight to Paris not allowed off plane for more than seven hours after landing at Manchester as pilot exceeds working hours limit
Spouses can no longer expect full financial support from their ex-partners once their children reach age seven. Experts expect a rush to renegotiate
Actor touched down at Heathrow ready to start work on next project
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