I would make it on a case by case basis after the 25th week; sometimes there are medical emergencies where a woman would lose her life if she gave birth after that, whether by Caesaren or natural birth. I read a case about a woman with a weak heart who was offered abortion; she chose to have the child, and her life was saved, altho narrowly.
Which brings me to a question for you; if there was such a case, before 25 weeks of a woman who would die if she birthed a baby, would you think she should abort? She has children already.
I would still say that if a fetus is hideously deformed, or very much damaged by the mother taking drugs or drinking to excess, it's kinder to abort rather than force the child to endure birth, then to be subjected to endless suffering til expiration. True, some might survive, but before 25 weeks (and a lot of drug babies are born premature) the chances are way lower. A 23 year old fetus, for example, isn't developed enough to survive in a normal situation, let alone if pumped full of alcohol and drugs.
This year, I'm going to join our American cousins and celebrate Thanksgiving the old fashioned way. By which I mean I'm going to invite all my neighbours round for an enormous feast, kill them all and then take their land.RIP Rocker And Legend. 1974 - 2008. Friend And Karaoke King.