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Abortion

  • Have we liberated the oppressed, or redistributed the oppression?

    Posted by Grace Browne on 3 December 2018

    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.

  • An open letter to Theresa May

    Posted by Grace Browne on 22 November 2018

    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. 

  • Can pro-lifers give to Children in Need?

    Posted by Alithea Williams on 16 November 2018

    Since 1980, Children in Need has raised £972 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?

  • Five reasons why abortion should not be decriminalised

    Posted by Alithea Williams on 18 October 2018

    Unpacking what the Diana Johnson bill would do.

  • Home abortions are dangerous for women: here's ten reasons why

    Posted by Alithea Williams on 11 July 2018

    It makes me angry that women's health is being sacrificed to abortion ideology. 

  • Why I am voting NO tomorrow

    Posted by Dana Rosemary Scallon on 24 May 2018

    Dana Rosemary Scallon, internationally famous singer, member of the European Parliament, and Irish presidential candidate, explains why she'll be voting No in Ireland's abortion referendum. 

  • 5 things you can do to help Save the 8th

    Posted by Alithea Williams on 11 May 2018

    It's only 2 weeks until Ireland votes on removing the right to life from unborn babies - what can we in the UK do to help?

  • 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’.

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