Prime Minister Must Not Support Decriminalising Abortion
We call on the Prime Minister not to support decriminalising abortion.
What decriminalising abortion means
- Decriminalising abortion will strip from unborn children any remaining effective legal protection from abortion. The Abortion Act 1967 is a bad law but keeping abortion within the law offers some safeguards for mothers and their unborn babies.
- Abortion should remain a criminal offence if performed outside the terms of the 1967 Abortion Act, in order to protect women from Britain's abortionists.
- Decriminalising abortion would mean vulnerable pregnant women buying online abortion pills and taking them with no medical supervision. It will mean abortion up to birth for any reason.
I want to stop abortion getting worse in our country
Sign the petition calling upon the Prime Minister not to give any parliamentary support to decriminalise abortion. The petition is visible on the top right of this page (or below, on mobile).
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