A woman's right to choose?
Posted by John Edwards on 19 March 2018
John Edwards of SPUC Nottingham branch and organiser of 40 days for life Nottingham reflects on the age-old slogan: ‘It’s a woman’s right to choose’.
A day of true hope that the 8th can be saved.
Posted by Sarah Haire on 16 March 2018
Last Saturday, around 100,000 people rallied in Dublin to save the Eighth Amendment. SPUC assistant development officer Sarah Haire says that it was a real turning point in the referendum campaign.
Abortion, not Northern Ireland’s pro-life laws, is the real “violence against women”.
Posted by Liam Gibson on 28 February 2018
Over the weekend, the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women said that the UK breaches the rights of women in Northern Ireland by unduly restricting their access to abortion. Liam Gibson, SPUC's Northern Ireland development officer, says that abortion is the real violence against women.
The truth about pro-life vigils
Posted by John Edwards on 23 February 2018
Any intimidation and harassment is coming from pro-abortion protesters, not pro-lifers who are there to help women, writes John Edwards.
Gender Equality and Abortion Rights are not the Same Thing
Posted by Margaret Akers on 16 February 2018
As a young pro-life woman, I have grown tired of being told that my voice has no place in the women’s movement, says Margaret Akers.
The only "appalling" thing about Maria Caulfield's appointment is the hysterical reaction to it
Posted by Alithea Williams on 9 January 2018
Yesterday, in the Government's much anticipated reshuffle, Maria Caulfield, Conservative MP for Lewes, was appointed as the Conservative Party's Vice-Chair for women...Alithea Williams explores the insane backlash.
Mother Teresa's 5 Lessons for pro-lifers
Posted by Alithea Williams on 5 September 2017
"The greatest destroyer of love and peace is abortion."
A Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Week for pro-lifers - what now?
Posted by Alithea Williams on 6 July 2017
After a week that saw the BMA vote for decriminalising abortion, and the Government decide to fund abortion for women from Northern Ireland - what do we do next?