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A selection of articles written by Kate for

The Guardian

Let's celebrate a rare victory for safe sex among teenagers

March 27, 2014

Ignore Jeremy Hunt's outdated puritanism – teenagers have sex, that's just a fact. Now they're more likely to use contraception.

Anti-abortion clinics should be clearly labelled as such – or shut down

February 12, 2014

It is terrifying 'crisis pregnancy centres' are lying to women to suit their agenda – and the NHS isn't stopping them doing it

Once-a-month contraceptive pill would improve women's lives

September 25, 2013

A pill that's effective a month after unprotected sex will cause inevitable outrage but the more options we have, the better

You shouldn't always believe the headlines on abortion

September 06, 2012

Perhaps one of the reasons why reporting on abortion figures is wide of the mark is the influence of anti-choice campaigners

Don't let extreme anti-abortion groups infiltrate the mainstream

April 19, 2012

Attempts to access abortion data have left women scared and intimidated. We must guard against a rise in extremist activities

An abortion ruling that puts the privacy of women at risk

April 22, 2011

The decision to publish individual figures on late terminations will needlessly expose vulnerable women to public scrutiny

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