Paul Tully is a giant in British and Irish pro-life history and SPUC’s history
Posted by John Smeaton on 2 December 2016
After 35 years of tireless work, general secretary Paul Tully is leaving SPUC. Chief Executive John Smeaton looks back at his time with the Society, and thanks him for his enormous contribution to the pro-life cause.
A moral case for abortion?
Posted by Fiorella Nash on 28 November 2016
SPUC researcher Fiorella Nash reviews Ann Furedi's new book A Moral Case for Abortion.
If abortion is not a crime, what is it?
Posted by Paul Tully on 22 November 2016
Paul Tully reflects on the news that the Women's Equality Party has launched a campaign to decriminalise abortion.
Can pro-lifers give to Children in Need?
Posted by Alithea Williams on 18 November 2016
Since 1980, Children in Need has raised £840 million for disadvantaged children. But is a media run umbrella organisation the best way of helping children? And does it pose any problems for pro-lifers?
Is all charity equal?
Posted by Alithea Williams on 16 November 2016
Charitable giving can be a minefield...what's a pro-lifer to do?
ACT NOW: Ireland’s unborn children threatened by campaign to repeal pro-life amendment
Posted by Matthew McCusker on 12 November 2016
SPUC launches a new video on the Irish Eighth Amendment.
The Beginning of Life: A Conference for Juniors and Students of the Healthcare Professions
Posted by Rhoslyn Thomas, Youth and Education Officer on 11 November 2016
SPUC's Youth and Education Officer Rhoslyn Thomas attended the Catholic Medical Association's conference.
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