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Defending life
from conception to natural death


Inglis appeal judgment is a fascinating revelation into how euthanasia works

19 November 2010

Frances Inglis, who murdered her brain-damaged son Thomas, has lost her appeal against her conviction and life sentence. Mrs Inglis killed her son because she was convinced that he was better off dead. Lord Judge, presiding, said that "a disabled life, even a life lived at the extremes of disability, is not one jot less precious than the life of an able-bodied person". [John Smeaton, 13 November]

Other stories:

John Smeaton, SPUC director, interview on Channel Four last night [Channel Four, 18 November]

Father urges abortion, abandons girlfriend, after contraceptive failure leads to triplets [Daily Mail, 19 November]

Spanish prime minister attacks Pope's call for pro-life laws [, 18 November]

Obama's wife picks abortion advocate as new chief of staff [, 18 November]

The pro-abortion lobby is working to undermine the international human rights order [John Smeaton, 18 November]

Germany’s Christian Democrats narrowly vote to retain embryo screening ban [, 17 November]

Healthcare justice means going against the anti-life tide, teaches Pope Benedict today [John Smeaton, 18 November]

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