HC Deb 22 February 1965 vol 707 cc18-9W
74. Dame Patricia Hornsby-Smith

asked the Minister of Health what recommendations he has received regarding the giving of instruction to teenagers and young people about contraception; what consultations he has had with the education authorities on this matter; if he will give consideration to the danger of widespread use of contraceptive appliances and drugs used by immature persons without direct medical advice and supervision; and if he will make a statement.

Mr. K. Robinson

I have received representations both for and against wider contraceptive advice. At this stage I cannot add to my reply on 8th February to the hon. Member for Surbiton (Mr. Fisher).

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