Martine Berg Olsen
A mum was told she couldn’t have emergency contraception because it went against the beliefs of the only pharmacist working that Sunday.
Siani, 41, visited her local LloydsPharmacy at Sainsbury’s on Lewes Road, Brighton, when a female member of staff refused to give her the morning after pill for ‘personal reasons’.
Knowing that there are not many pharmacies open on a Sunday, Siani ordered the contraception online and paid upfront for collection. . . [Full text]