Casual sex row

15th December 2000 at 00:00
THE Government's plans to introduce over-the-counter sales of the morning-after pill have been condemned by the Conservatives as a way of encouraging casual sex among teenagers. Chemists will be allowed to sell the Levonelle drug without prescription from New Year's day. Two pilot schemes in Manchester and south London have been successful, with the Manchester project estimated to have cut teenage pregnancies by 700 in its first year.

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