The incoming Archbishop of Westminster has called on Catholics to oppose proposals to allow pregnancy advisory services to advertise on TV and radio, according to BBC News.
The services, some of which provide abortion information, would get airtime as part of proposals aimed at reducing teenage pregnancy and sexual infection. The Most Rev Vincent Nichols also urged Catholics to fight more condom adverts. He said existing condom ads “demeaned” young people by depicting “drunken” and “casual sex on the street corner”.
Watch a video of this interview: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7993661.stm