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SPUC reports from huge pro-life conference in Nigeria.
SPUC seeking new honorary treasurer.
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SPUC's General Election webpages

SPUC's online resource for May's General Election - go to https://www.spuc.org.uk/campaigns/general_election_2015/constituencies/ and select your constituency. The page for your constituency will contain:

  • the voting record of the sitting MP (if he/she is standing for re-election)
  • the names of the main parties' candidates
  • ways to request information on the candidates' voting intentions (how they intend to vote on pro-life issues if elected to Parliament).

We are continually receiving information from our supporters about candidates, so if we don't have any intelligence yet about the candidates in your constituency, we will contact you when it is available.
If you are able to help us gather more information about the candidates' voting intentions please order SPUC's General Election Handbook 2015 by emailing political@spuc.org.uk or by telephoning 020 7091 7091.

SPUC seeking new honorary treasurer

SPUC is seeking a new honorary treasurer with a deep commitment to the pro-life cause. Bob Edwards, the current incumbent, wishes to retire from this particular role after many years’ devoted service. The honorary treasurer plays a key part in the work of the Society and serves, ex officio, on SPUC’s governing bodies. The Society is seeking someone who is qualified either by formal qualification or by experience. A detailed job specification for this voluntary post is available from lucindautley@spuc.org.uk

SPUC reports from huge pro-life conference in Nigeria

24 April 2015: Read part one and two of SPUC's reports from a huge pro-life conference in Nigeria.

Morning-after pill leads to higher STI rates, study suggests

20 April 2015: A recently-published study suggests that access to morning-after pills leads to higher rates of sexually-transmitted infections (STIs). Read more about this and other must-read pro-life news-stories.

Northern Ireland Justice Minister misleads over abortion support, says SPUC

17 April 2015: Northern Ireland's Justice Minister is misleading the Province over public support for abortion. SPUC described as "manipulative and misleading" claims by David Ford, the justice minister, that there is substantial public support for a liberalisation of the Province’s abortion law. > Read the full story

Photo gallery from 2015 SPUC youth conference 

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You can see the photos from this past weekend's sell-out 2015 youth conference on Flickr and Facebook

 Cardinal Burke praises SPUC's pro-life/pro-family work


9 March 2015: Cardinal Raymond Burke has praised the pro-life and pro-family work of SPUC. He made the remarks in addresses this past weekend in Chester and to SPUC's annual youth conference in Southport. > Read the release from Voice of the Family