Emergency contraception doesn’t work like that! Warning: Some spoilers ahead!
More than 130 Labour MPs have written to the pharmacy chain after it missed its own deadline to lower the price of emergency contraception.
In August the pharmacy chain announced it would drop the price of its own-brand emergency contraception in October, but the old price still remains.
Lawyers for the pharmacy chain accused the British Pregnancy Advisory Service of tacitly encouraging the abuse of senior staff, BuzzFeed News has learned.
The high street pharmacy said on Friday that it was "committed" to lowering the cost of emergency contraception, but it appears to have no imminent plans to actually do so.
Let's get to the bottom of this, once and for all.
What a time to be alive.
It can be taken for up to five days after unprotected sex.
Women have previously needed to pay up to £30, or visit a doctor's surgery or clinic for a prescription to access emergency contraception.
Take that, broken condom.
Cashiers will check customers' IDs.
The ruling, which removes age restrictions for emergency contraception like Plan B, came from U.S. District Judge Edward Korman in Brooklyn, New York.