The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children (SPUC) has expressed dismay that MPs have voted for a motion to make the controversial pills by post abortion scheme permanent.
The amendment, which originated in the House of Lords, was passed by 215 votes to 188.
Alithea Williams, SPUC’s Public Policy Manager, said: “It is disgusting that a Healthcare bill has been hijacked to push through something that is not healthcare by any definition. Instead, it is a way to end the lives of unborn children that bypasses even the few safeguards for women that the abortion law provided.
“In approving this dangerous policy, MPs have ignored evidence of its dangers, and they have ignored women,” she continued.