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.
Serious questions for the DoH on Abortion and Disability
Posted by Benjamin Portelli on 18 December 2017
“Women considering an abortion must be provided with accurate information about the procedure and its possible effects on their health.” This is the opening line of Abortion and Women’s Health...
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?
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.
Reviewed by Fiorella: Voiceless
Posted by Fiorella Nash on 12 May 2017
Few sounds that make Fiorella Nash's heart sink more deeply than a pro-life DVD dropping onto her doormat - will Voiceless be an exception?
49 years on, and abortion funding is shrouded in secrecy
Posted by Alithea Williams on 27 April 2017
The Abortion Act has been in force for 49 years. Yet, as a series of parliamentary responses reveal, there are still many questions unanswered as to how it its funded.