Heidi Crowter has argued allowing terminations up to birth if foetus has Down’s syndrome is discriminatory
Alexandra Topping and agencies – The Guardian
Thu 23 Sep 2021
A woman with Down’s syndrome who took Sajid Javid to court over the UK’s abortion law has lost her case in the high court.
Heidi Crowter, who brought the case alongside Máire Lea-Wilson, whose son Aidan has Down’s syndrome, and a child with Down’s syndrome identified only as A, had argued that allowing pregnancy terminations up to birth if the foetus has Down’s syndrome is discriminatory and stigmatises disabled people.