Top 10 SPUC stories of 2018
Posted by Alithea Williams on 21 December 2018
It's been an extraordinarily busy year.
Are the media misrepresenting the DUP?
Posted by John Deighan on 22 June 2017
The unexpected election result, which has led to Teresa May’s Conservative government being held in power by the support of ten Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) MPs elected in Northern Ireland, has seen the DUP become the focus of intense media attention and widespread condemnation, writes John Deighan, CEO of SPUC Scotland.
Why it's vital pro-lifers make their vote count this election
Posted by Alithea Williams on 2 June 2017
The next parliament could be critical for unborn babies and the vulnerable. With less than a week to go, Alithea Williams gives her top reasons why pro-lifers need to make their vote count this election.
Youth Conference Preview: An interview with Dr Levatino, former abortionist
Posted by Fiorella Nash on 2 February 2017
Dr Anthony Levatino is an Obstetrician and Gynaecologist who performed abortions for eight years before he stopped in 1985. Ahead of speaking at the SPUC Youth Conference in March, he speaks to Fiorella Nash about his journey from abortionist to pro-life campaigner.
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.
Meet the tiny people striking fear into the abortion industry
Posted by Anthony Ozimic on 26 February 2016
The pro-life cause is being given powerful, almost irresistible testimonies in defence of life and against abortion.
BBC praises Mugabe for his abortion support
Posted by Isaac Spencer on 23 February 2016
It seems that for the BBC, supporting abortion is enough to wash away a multitude of appalling crimes.
Loving someone sometimes means saying no to them
Posted by Anthony Ozimic on 19 February 2016
The BBC's latest assisted suicide documentary was more than just the usual propaganda - it poses a real danger to the safety of suicidal people.