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Subject This General Election, tell your candidates to stand up for reproductive rights
Date November 25, 2019 8:14 AM
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Dear John,

In advance of the General Election in 2017, thousands of you emailed your local parliamentary candidates asking them to pledge to support women’s reproductive rights if elected. As a result, over 400 candidates signed up to the My Pledge, Her Choice campaign to defend and extend reproductive choice.

But there is so much more we need the next parliament to do – which is why we need you to email your local parliamentary candidates, to ask that they commit to supporting four key pledges if elected.

All you need is your postcode and it takes less than one minute here:

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Every single email will make a difference. In 2017, the pro-choice majority in this country made their voices heard, politicians listened, and look what we achieved:

Abortion has been decriminalised in Northern Ireland, and those who still have to journey to England have their travel and treatment funded by the government. Women in Great Britain can take abortion medication at home. High street giants have been pushed to drop the cost of emergency contraception.

Let’s finish what we have started. From contraception and abortion to ensuring the best possible outcomes in pregnancy for women and their babies, we need our next Members of Parliament to support women’s health and wellbeing across their reproductive lifetimes.

Take one minute to email your parliamentary candidates now.

Thank you.

Best wishes,

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** The pledges:

1. Abortion rights

Support further moves to decriminalise abortion in England and Wales in line with previous cross-party parliamentary bills and amendments, including the Reproductive Health (Access to Terminations) Bill 2017 ([link removed][UNIQID]) .
2. Contraception

Ensure women can access the full range of contraceptive options in the way most convenient for them, including from local pharmacies.
3. IVF

End inequalities in access to NHS treatments for infertility to allow all women access to three full cycles of IVF in line with NICE guidelines.
Flour fortification

Support calls for the government to enact recommendations to fortify flour with folic acid to protect pregnancies, sparing many women every year from the painful decision to end a wanted pregnancy following a diagnosis of a neural tube defect like spina bifida or anencephaly.

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