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Lobby to keep anti-life sex ed out of this parliament and the next

22 March 2010

SPUC is calling upon its supporters to continue to lobby parliament against the government's sex education plans.

The Children, Schools and Families bill is before the House of Lords, awaiting committee.

SPUC warns that whatever happens to the bill, legislation on sex education will be an issue soon after the imminent general election. [SPUC, 11 March]

Online petitions against government sex education

A petition against anti-life sex education, addressed to the Catholic bishops of England and Wales, closes on 25 March. SPUC is asking its supporters resident in England and Wales to sign and promote the petition. [John Smeaton, 18 March]

Another online petition against the bill, against the bill and compulsory sex education in general, has also been launched. [PetitionOnline, 19 March]

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  • Wesley. J. Smith analyses pro-life implications of Obamacare. [Secondhand Smoke, 21 March]
  • SPUC comments on woman convicted of concealing pregnancy. [Daily Record, 21 March]
  • Peruvian cardinal criticizes health minister’s decision to allow morning-after pill. [Catholic News Agency, 19 March]
  • Mother who murdered six newborns sentenced to 15 years in jail. [Daily Mail, 19 March]
  • South Korea tightens abortion access. [AP via Google, 18 March]
  • One abortion every 11 seconds in original 15 EU states. [, 17 March]
  • Study in effectiveness of advance supplies of morning-after pills. [BBC, 17 March]
  • Polish women advised to travel to UK for free abortions. [Daily Mail, 16 March]
  • Tory leader's wife "appalled" by Sarah Palin's anti-abortion views. [Times, 14 March]
  • Open letter to live tweeting aborter Angie Jackson from father of teen who died from RU-486 abortion. [Jill Stanek, 11 March]
  • US Catholic bishops must change health care strategy before it's too late, says pro-life commentator. [, 11 March]
  • Adult stem cells used to create windpipe. [BBC, 19 March]
  • IVF doctors to raffle human egg [Times, 14 March]
  • Mother reveals why she regrets having IVF. [Daily Mail, 12 March]
  • Son of assisted suicide couple will not be prosecuted. [Daily Mail, 19 March]
  • Palliative care expert grateful mother rejected euthanasia. [Daily Mail, 19 March]
  • Anti-life former health secretary calls for euthanasia royal commission; compares euthanasia campaign with pro-abortion and gay campaigns. [Telegraph, 11 March]
  • Woman convicted of attempted mercy killing takes her own life. [Guardian, 11 March]
  • Fr Paul Marx, founder of Human Life International (HLI), dies aged 89. [, 20 March]
  • 'Union of Mothers' formed in Spain to protect women and motherhood. [Catholic News Agency, 11 March]
  • Columnist fears sentimentalism about animals linked with support for abortion and euthanasia. [Daily Mail, 21 March]
  • Man who shot pro-life advocate: I have no remorse, killed him over abortion. [, 9 March]
  • Rocks thrown at Australian pro-life election candidate [, 10 March]
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