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That this House believes that balanced, accurate information covering all methods of contraception is important in helping individuals and couples make informed choices about their contraceptive needs, that the availability of such information from appropriate sources, outside the clinical setting, has an important role to play, alongside education, advice and counselling from healthcare professionals and that new information technology, such as the internet, does provide valuable, confidential information on sexual health, especially for young people, provided access is safe and easy.
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