LONDON, Dec 1 ( – While the British government plans to allow the abortifacient “morning after” pill to be available over the counter, Prime Minister Tony Blair has agreed to some restrictions on the drugs. Most importantly pharmacists with moral or religious objections to the abortifacients will able to refuse to dispense it. Furthermore, expected guidelines would prohibit often-repeated acquisition of the pills by the same woman. Special rules must be followed when dispensing the drugs to girls under 16. 

With files from the Telegraph.


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