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SPUC has been defending unborn children for nearly 50 years, both in the UK and internationally
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The universal right to life of every human being is the foundation on which all other rights rely
Pro-life feminists represent a growing number of women who believe passionately in women’s empowerment and the universal right to life
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SPUC has produced a briefing to help you respond to the Home Secretary's national consultation. Please take part and allow organisations like the Good Counsel Network to keep helping mothers and babies.
SPUC has produced a briefing to help concerned parents respond to the Department of Education's consultation on Sex and Relationships Education:
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Washington DC hosted the 45th annual March for life on Friday, which was addressed by the 45th President of the USA. The peaceful pro-life message gave way to the impassioned pro-abortion presence of the Women's March in Las Vegas and London two days later. The weekend ends with National Sanctity of Human Life Day.
Noel Conway, diagnosed with a terminal illness, wishes to challenge the Suicide Act 1961, which currently prohibits doctors from prescribing a lethal dose of drugs.
Irish Health Minister Simon Harris opened a two-day Dáil debate on repealing the Eighth Amendment. "Sometimes turning a blind eye is the same as turning your back".
Ealing Council has called for a consultation on a buffer zone. SPUC: "The decision to hold a public consultation means it is more important than ever that those who support prolife vigils speak out against those seeking to deny women help and to undermine freedom of speech."
"Many women are pressured into [an abortion] and the presence of groups such as the Good Counsel Network offers a lifeline to such women... We sincerely hope that Ealing Council recognises the rights of UK citizens to offer compassionate help to women."
Yesterday, in the Government's much anticipated reshuffle, Maria Caulfield, Conservative MP for Lewes, was appointed as the Conservative Party's Vice-Chair for women...Alithea Williams explores the insane backlash.
“Women considering an abortion must be provided with accurate information about the procedure and its possible effects on their health.” This is the opening line of Abortion and Women’s Health...
"The greatest destroyer of love and peace is abortion."