SPUC


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SPUCSerial Peripheral Unit Controller
SPUCScreen Protector-Ultra Clear (product)
SPUCSt. Paul's United College
SPUCScarborough Public Utilities Commission (now Toronto Hydro; Scarborough, ON, Canada)
SPUCSociety for the Protection of Unborn Children (UK)
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The SPUC helpline is open nightly, between 7pm and 10pm on 0845 6038501.
5) Although there was some success in the creation of links with people outside, SPUC failed in its objective to reverse the 1967 Act.
In the past, DUP MPs and peers have been happy to work with SPUC and spoken out strongly against the liberalisation of assisted suicide and the plans of the sex-education lobby.
But Audrey Simpson, of the Family Planning Association, said SPUC had a weak case.
They are not going back, as SPUC, would have it, time after time.
But this week they backed down and offered SPUC exhibition space, although the group remains banned from advertising in the event's programme.
If you have time to read the "study, " which you can access from the SPUC analysis, you 'll quickly understand that it is wildly biased, beginning with the hoax that the BPAS comment form is "non-directive.
Paul Botto, SPUC Information Officer (Wales) The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children, Splott Road, Cardiff
Marileine Ollerenshaw, development officer for SPUC in the North East, said the demonstration was designed to make women think about abortion.
The drug, which SPUC says delivers 50 times the dosage of the daily mini-pill contraceptive, was made available from pharmacists from January.
The pill will be available to women over 16 but Janet Read, SPUC organiser, says the group fears the tablet will create potential health risks with no one to take responsibility.
Paul Botto Information Officer SPUC (The Society for the Protection of Unborn Children) Splott Road, Cardiff