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Boots and BPAS battle heats up as legal challenge revealed

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Health and beauty retailer Boots has dropped the price of its morning after pill weeks after facing a boycott, and has brought a legal challenge against the charity which initiated it. The British Pregnant Advisory Service (BPAS) has been accused of causing “immense personal distress” to Boots employees, following an ongoing spate over the price of contraceptive pills. In July, major retailers including Superdrug, Asda, Morrisons and Tesco halved the price of their emergency contraceptive pills in light of a BPAS campaign which revealed UK women pay five times as much as their European counterparts

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