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We Care About Women: Mass Lobby

On 27/28 October 2017 SPUC held a Mass Constituency-based Lobby to oppose decriminalising abortion.

At SPUC we really care about women, which is why we are campaigning against any moves in Parliament to decriminalise abortion. Removing all legal restrictions on abortion will leave women even more vulnerable to the unscrupulous abortion industry at work in our country.

Please lobby your MP on 27/28 October 2017 to ask him/her to oppose any move to decriminalise abortion.

MPs must oppose this

Decriminalisation is a real threat we must fight. Earlier this year Diana Johnson MP introduced a bill in Parliament to decriminalise abortion.  It was frightening to see that Ms Johnson won her vote 172 to 142.  That bill is now dead, but Ms Johnson has pledged to continue her deadly campaign.  She wants abortion to be removed from the legal framework and placed outside the law.

It is vital that every MP in the country hears the case against decriminalising abortion. That’s why we need you to have a face-to-face meeting with your MP – whether he/she is for or against our position or hasn’t yet got a firm view on the matter.

Get the materials

We have produced a pack of Mass Lobby materials which you can download below, or use the form at the side of the page to order paper copies.

  • We Care About Women – briefing booklet
  • Step-by-Step Guide to organising a successful meeting with your MP
  • A reply form to let us know the details of your meeting
  • A feedback form so we can record the vital information you gain from your meeting.

27 October 2017 marks exactly 50 years since the Abortion Act 1967 was passed into law. Please help make this date a fitting commemoration to the 8.7 million babies who have been killed by abortion since then. We could do no better than lobby our MPs to help stop abortion becoming worse in this country.

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Maria Caulfield MP?

Too often today, debates about abortion—about the risks involved and the rights of the unborn child—are shut down; but I, and many colleagues who share my views, will not be silenced as we seek to be a voice for the voiceless, and as we argue for more modern and humane abortion law that upholds not only the dignity and rights of women but the dignity and rights of the unborn child.