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Family Planning Clinics

Volume 979: debated on Tuesday 26 February 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services if he will encourage the use of family planning clinics as a more effective and cheaper method of providing family planning advice than reliance on general practitioners.

Our policy is that family planning services should be available from clinics and from general practitioners so that, as far as possible, women are free to choose the most suitable source of advice.