Boots staff 'harassed' by morning-after pill campaigners

Boots staff 'harassed' by morning-after pill campaigners
 

Boots has accused a pregnancy charity of encouraging the "harassment" of its senior employees in a dispute over the cost of its morning-after pills.
Lawyers for Boots said the British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) helped supporters to send a "torrent of personal abuse" to members of staff.
Members of the public contacted Boots using an online form provided by BPAS.
Boots has cut the cost of its emergency contraception following criticism from BPAS and some MPs.
The pharmacy said it would offer a £15.99 alternative to Levonelle, which costs £28.25 in Boots, from next... read more

 
1 September 2017 in Regional, Views: 41
Source: BBC
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