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The universal right to life of every human being is the foundation on which all other rights rely
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Revised statistics show the number has increased by 50% in 10 years.
BPAS advises women to "stock up" on the potentially abortifacient drugs.
There were even more abortions for disability than previously thought.
Jennifer and Jeff Christie gave their moving testimony at the March for Life in Malta.
The health minister insists abortions will be in place by January.
New video from Obianuju Ekeocha.
It is vital pro-lifers give evidence.
The Christmas season will soon be upon us! We have put together a list of five great pro-life reads for you or your loved ones' stockings this year.
December provides us with the opportunity to celebrate the modern movement to enshrine human rights in binding international treaties. It also provides us with a time to reflect upon the upheavals and conflicts which gave rise to widespread abuses and violations of human rights.
Yesterday, 60 celebrities addressed an open letter to the Prime Minister, calling on her to give parliamentary time to Diana Johnson's Abortion Bill, and to commit to decriminalisation. Over 280 pro-life women have this response.
Mrs May detailed her concerns in a letter to a constituent.
An underhand affront to the rule of law.
The latest desperate attempt by pro-abortion MPs to foist their views on abortion on Northern Ireland is taking place today