FPA news

28th June, 2017

Today, over 50 cross-party policymakers have signed a letter supported by sexual health charity FPA, BPAS, the Royal College of Midwives and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists,

14th June, 2017

Joint statement from FPA, bpas, Alliance for Choice, Birthrights and ASN

A Supreme Court appeal challenging the government’s refusal to provide NHS-funded abortion care in England for women resident in Northern Ireland has narrowly failed. The court divided 3-2

13th June, 2017

Statistics from the Department of Health released this morning, show that 724 women from Northern Ireland travelled to England or Wales to have an

12th June, 2017

Following the General Election, the Conservative Party is forming a Government with the support of the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). This has rightly focused public attention across the UK on the DUP’s record in the Northern Ireland Assembly, where the party has been unwilling

6th June, 2017

Figures released by Public Health England today show the total number of new cases of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in England decreased by 4% in 2016, with 417,584 diagnoses

31st May, 2017

A study titled ‘The effect of spending cuts on teen pregnancy’ has been published in the Journal of Health Economics by David Paton (Nottingham University Business School) and Liam Wright (University

23rd May, 2017

Sexual health charity FPA is calling on all political parties to commit to reduce the UK’s teenage pregnancy rate.

The most recent teenage pregnancy statistics (

17th May, 2017

Two leading sexual health charities, Brook and FPA, are calling for great examples of innovative Relationships and Sex Education in schools.

Following the announcement that Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) is to become mandatory in all schools in England, the charities have joined

10th April, 2017

Celebrity sexual health duo – Dr David Delvin and Christine Webber – are raising awareness of UK women’s experiences of orgasms with the results of a new survey.

Sexual health expert Dr Delvin


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