If the Abortion Act singled out people like me for abortion, would I be happy?
Posted by Paul Tully on 21 October 2016
SPUC's general secretary, Paul Tuly, reflects on Lord Shinkwin's Abortion (Disability Equality) Bill
SPUC interns: "We learnt how crucial it is for everyone, especially young people, to be actively involved in the pro-life movement every day."
Posted by SPUC interns on 11 October 2016
Read about what this summer's (second lot!) of SPUC interns got up to!
Tonight's Dispatches episode - what to expect?
Posted by Alithea Williams on 5 October 2016
Tonight sees the broadcast of a Channel 4 Dispatches episode called "Undercover: Britain's Abortion Extremists." What can we expect? A letter from the producer gives some clues...
Tell Paralympian Marieke that her life is worth living
Posted by Anthony Ozimic on 5 August 2016
I was stunned when I read that Marieke Vervoort, the Belgian paralympian, said she is considering euthanasia after next month's Paralympics.
Let’s make our country a land fit for heroes at the end of life
Posted by Anthony Ozimic on 2 August 2016
We should honour and respect the war veterans who sacrificed so much for our freedom - they should not be at risk from anti-life practices in our NHS hospitals.
50 years ago today MPs approved 2nd Reading of the Abortion Act 1967 on the basis of lies
Posted by John Smeaton on 22 July 2016
Fifty years ago today, the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Bill [subsequently the Abortion Act 1967] passed its Second Reading in the House of Commons. SPUC calculates that, so far, 8,624,567 innocent lives have been lost under the 1967 Abortion Act.
The new colonial masters in Africa
Posted by Antonia Tully on 12 July 2016
An exclusive interview with Bishop Badejo of Nigeria. Sign our petition against DfID funding of abortion in Africa!
Hardness of Heart
Posted by Fiorella Nash on 8 July 2016
Panel Discussion with Naomi Wolf: "Does the Pro-Choice Movement cultivate a hardness of heart?"