No acknowledgement. So I'll post what I cited in my tweets to him.
This jumped out and seemed scientifically incorrect to me; I found stats to challenge it.
“It’s a fraught issue, which stirs emotions on each side,” Ms. Newman wrote, in the Telegraph piece that touched off this controversy. “Is it right that we terminate pregnancies, which might, with the medical care now available, result in healthy babies?
That "healthy babies" claim sounded suspiciously like the glurging over that pro-liars do when they have no cogent argument to present, when they're presented with scientific facts, data and stats.
So I went looking and I found evidence about extreme neonates that refutes Newman's pretense.
In the UK, nine out of a hundred neonates born at 23 weeks of gestation will survive; only one of them will live a fully able-bodied life.
What this means is that 91 of every hundred fetuses born at 23 weeks of gestation in the UK will die in the neonatal intensive care unit, eight others will be afflicted for the rest of their lives with grave handicaps or severe medical conditions while only one will be able to live a normal life.
Only one percent.
Like Stephen Woodworth and his many fake claims that it's all about the science, it's not. It's about morality and punishing women by forcing them to remain pregnant, even when a fetus has stopped developing and is putrefying inside her uterus.
It's actually about the government interfering with the provision of a legal medical procedure that is available to pregnant women.
It's about criminalizing women, physicians and abortion.
It is christian Sharia.