U.K. To ‘Stand Strongly Against Rollback Of Women’s Rights’ Worldwide, International Development Minister To Announce At Oslo Conference

The Telegraph: Britain will fight the global ‘rollback’ of women’s rights, says U.K. development minister
“The new international development minister will use a speech in Norway today to make it clear that Britain will not follow America and ‘rollback’ access to abortions and other reproductive health services. Baroness Sugg, a 42-year-old former operations chief to David Cameron, will tell delegates at a conference on gender in Oslo that the U.K. must ‘stand strongly against the rollback of women’s rights’…” (Newey, 5/24).

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