Lord Robert Winston discusses men’s fertility and Roe v Wade bing overturn

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‘It’s a terrible step back for democracy… I don’t think parliamentarians or anybody else should have nearly as much power as they seem to.’

Emeritus Professor of Fertility Studies at the Imperial College London, Lord Robert Winston, discusses Roe v Wade being overturned.

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