NHS and the Pill

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More than 98 per cent of people believe contraception should remain free on the NHS, a survey revealed yesterday.

The NOP poll, to mark the start of the first Contraceptive Awareness Week, follows concerns that the Government is considering charging women who are better off financially for the Pill. The survey was commissioned by the Contraceptive Alliance - a coalition of family planning experts, charities, advice groups and birth-control manufacturers - to find out how aware people are of methods of contraception and family planning services.

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