Woman refused morning after pill by pharmacist who said it went against

The customer, named only as Siani, 41, had paid £30 for the emergency contraception online before going to collect it from the Brighton branch of Lloyds, located inside a Sainsbury’s. Siani was told to come back the next day, or travel to the next nearest branch – 10 miles away. As it was a Sunday, most other local chemists were closed. She reportedly called the pharmacy from her car to check that it was ready, and was told by the on-duty female pharmacist that she would not dispense the pill as it went against her “personal beliefs.” A pharmacist working for LloydsPharmacy refused to give a woman the morning after pill, because it went against her “personal beliefs”. The story came to light…